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CBI judge hearing Amit Shah’s case transferred #WTFnews

PTI | Jun 25, 2014, 07.23

CBI judge hearing Amit Shah's case transferred
, who was the-then Gujarat minister of state for home, was allegedly involved in the conspiracy behind alleged fake encounters of gangster Sohrabuddin Sheikh in November 2005 and Tulsi Prajaptai in December 2006.
MUMBAI: The special hearing the case of alleged fake-encounter cases of gangster Sohrabuddin Sheikh and Tulsi Prajaptai was transferred on Wednesday following which the court adjourned the hearing on the Amit Shah’s discharge plea.

Special CBI judge JT Utpat was transferred to Pune, after which the court hearing was adjourned till July 2.

Incidentally, last week, judge Utpat had reprimanded Shah’s advocate for filing an exemption application without assigning any reason to it.

“Every time you are giving this exemption application without assigning any reason,” judge Utpat had said.

The court had on May 9 issued summonses to Shah and other accused in the case, which had been transferred from Gujarat.

Amit Shah.

The CBI had charged Shah and 18 others, including several police officers in the case, last September.

According to CBI, gangster Sohrabuddin Sheikh, who was claimed to have links with Pakistan-based terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba, and his wife Kauser Bi were kidnapped by Gujarat’s anti-terrorism squad when they were on way from Hyderabad to Sangli in Maharashtra and were killed in an alleged fake encounter near Gandhinagar in November 2005.

The spot where Sohrabuddin Sheikh was killed.

Tulsiram Prajapati, an eyewitness to the encounter, was killed by police at Chapri village in Banaskantha district of Gujarat in December 2006.

Shah, who was the-then Gujarat minister of state for home, was allegedly involved in the conspiracy behind both the incidents.

Tulsiram Prajapati.

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  1. Communal Award

    To promote forward caste hegemony/corruption/crimes, Indian regime is not implementing Reservations for BC/SC/ST communities in Supreme Court.

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