Sachan case: CJM to record statements of 10 jail employees
The chief judicial magistrate, who is conducting a probe into the mysterious death of deputy CMO YS Sachan, will on Tuesday visit the prison in Lucknow to record statements of 10 jail employees.Updated: Jul 04, 2011 22:03 IST
The chief judicial magistrate, who is conducting a probe into the mysterious death of deputy CMO YS Sachan, will on Tuesday visit the prison in Lucknow to record statements of 10 jail employees.
CJM Rajesh Upadhaya, before whom the deceased's wife Malti Sachan and his brother RK Sachan deposed on Monday, in a letter to the jail superintendent asked him to order the 10 employees to be present during his visit in the morning.
The ten employees are Dr Ved Vyas Tripathi, Dr Rajesh Agarwal, Dr Yogesh Kumar Singh, pharmacists Sanjay Kumar Singh, Girijesh Kumar Verma, jail guards Ram Narain Tewari, Sunil Kumar, Pahendra Singh, Anil Tripathi and another official Jai Narain Singh.
In the letter, Upadhaya has also asked for CCTV footage of the jail on June 20, 21 and 22 (if available), copies of jail book, photographs and barrack movement register.
The CJM has also asked for a copy of the entry register in case of admission of any wanted criminal in the jail hospital on these dates.
Meanwhile, the CJM has summoned medical superintendent of Balrampur hospital, Dr Ashotosh Kumar Dubey and consultant surgeon of Ram Manohar Lohia hospital, Dr Sahilesh Kumar Srivasatava on July 6 for recording their statements in this connection.
Dr Srivastava had prepared the postmortem report of Sachan.
On the following day, the station officer of Gosainganj police station, who is also the investigation officer in the deputy CMO's death case, has been summoned along with a copy of the panchnama, forensic report, photographs and case diary.
The tehsildar of Mohanlalganj, who had prepared the panchnama, has also been summoned on the same day.
In the autopsy report, nine injury marks were detected on Sachan's neck, elbows, thigh and left wrist. 52-year-old Sachan was the main accused in the murder of chief medical officer (Family Welfare) BP Singh, who was shot dead by unidentified persons on April 2.