DSP murder case: January 11 fixed for orders on framing of charges
The prosecution on Monday urged additional district and sessions judge Paramjeet Singh to frame charges against all six accused in the case of murder of then Moga DSP Balraj Gill and a local resident Monika Kapila Bajaj.punjab Updated: Jan 07, 2013 23:27 IST
The prosecution on Monday urged additional district and sessions judge Paramjeet Singh to frame charges against all six accused in the case of murder of then Moga DSP Balraj Gill and a local resident Monika Kapila Bajaj.
All the accused were present in court when the plea was made by Harpreet Sandhu, counsel of complainant Kashmira Singh Gill and the public prosecutor.
The court fixed January 11, 2013, for pronouncement of order on the framing of charges against the accused in the double murder case.
Case complainant Kashmira Singh Gill, the father of the deceased DSP, was also present in the court.
Earlier, Sandhu argued that the case happened to be one of the most heinous crime ever committed in the state where in a decorated police officer was brutally murdered on February 2, 2012, allegedly by Harwinder Singh alias Binder, Pritpal Singh alias Laddu and Umesh Karda alias Sonu in pursuance of a criminal conspiracy.
Both the victims suffered multiple injuries and thereby all accused had committed offence punishable under Section 302 of IPC.
The accused also removed the belongings, mobile phones and vehicles of the victims near Talwara village and thereby committed offence punishable under Section 120-B of IPC.
The prosecution also contended that the accused caused disappearance of evidence in the case as well as weapons of offence in 'Buddha Nullah'.