Advertisement

HindustanTimes Sun,13 Jul 2014

UP: CBI claims DSP murder case cracked

PTI  Pratapgarh, April 13, 2013
First Published: 19:39 IST(13/4/2013) | Last Updated: 19:46 IST(13/4/2013)

CBI on Saturday arrested a key accused in DSP Zia-ul-Haq murder and claimed to have cracked the case.

Babloo Yadav, son of slain village head Nanhe Yadav who allegedly shot Haq dead using a country-made gun, was apprehended in Pratapgarh, CBI sources said.

The sources said CBI has detained two brothers of Nanhe Yadav and members of his domestic staff in connection with the DSP's murder and is likely to arrest them soon.

The sources claimed Babloo, who is over 19 years of age, has, during intense grilling by CBI officials, confessed to have shot the police official. The officials were able to reproduce the complete chain of events which took place on March 2, 2013.

Asked about role of UP minister Raghuraj Pratap Singh, alias Raja Bhaiya, in the murders, they claimed the probe in the larger conspiracy is still on.

CBI sources claimed Haq, who was posted as Deputy Superintendent of Police at Kunda, had reached the house of Nanhe Yadav after getting the news of his murder.

By the time he approached the site, the news of Yadav's murder had spread and a large crowd gathered outside his house which was angry at the alleged apathy of the police and protested the police's alleged failure to stop the murder.

At the house of Nanhe Yadav, Haq met a mob which entered into a scuffle with him while his fellow policemen allegedly deserted him, the sources said.

In the crowd was Yadav's brother Suresh who was armed with a rifle. As the scuffle was on, Suresh was killed after his gun accidentally went off, they said.

CBI sources claimed that enraged by the killing of his father and uncle Suresh Yadav, Babloo Yadav, who had a country-made gun, came out of his house and shot Zia-Ul-Haq dead who was being beaten up by a mob.


Advertisement
more from India

MHA idea rejected to form joint force for Hyderabad

The Telangana government has dismissed the suggestions of the home ministry to form a joint force comprising police of the new state and residuary Andhra Pradesh to control the law and order in Hyderabad and set up a special cell to deal with hate crimes there.
Advertisement
Most Popular
Advertisement
Advertisement
Copyright © 2014 HT Media Limited. All Rights Reserved