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Two policemen from the Nalasopara crime branch in Maharashtra, India, have been charged with murder and destruction of evidence in the alleged fake encounter killing of Joginder Singh Rana. Joginder's brother claims that the police planted a knife at the scene and that the charge against Joginder was false. The incident was captured on CCTV cameras and mobile phones, and the local police are accused of trying to erase the footage.
Updated on Aug 11, 2023 01:05 AM IST
ByMegha Sood, Mumbai
The Bombay High Court has ordered the Maharashtra police to set up a special investigation team to probe the alleged fake encounter death of Joginder Rana in 2018. Rana's brother claimed that videos and photographs showed the encounter by two police officers was fake. The petitioner has requested the investigation be transferred to the Central Bureau of Investigation or be monitored by the High Court. The police claim their actions were in retaliation to Rana attacking them.
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Published on Jul 01, 2023 04:42 PM IST
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Updated on Apr 29, 2023 01:33 PM IST