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Hindu Ekta Manch meets to deliberate upon SC order
Rassana rape, murder case
5/8/2018 11:15:14 PM

Early Times Report

kathua, May 8: Hindu Ekta Manch welcomed the direction of the Supreme Court in the infamous Rassana rape and murder case wherein the Apex court refused to shift the hearing of the case to Ramban. The leaders of the Manch expressed their satisfaction that Supreme Court also fast tracked the case thwarting the attempts of the government to delay the settlement of the case, by creating a strong hold of 221 witnesses to run the case indefinitely and subjecting the accused to indefinite incarceration.
"Fast tracking of the case and its transfer outside the state and very near to Kathua was the second best option that we had in mind, but our struggle for CBI enquiry will continue" said an activist of the HEM. Giving details of the proceedings of the SC, the activist divulged that a detailed counter on behalf of Sanjhi Ram, Vishal Jangotra and Parvesh Kumar had been filed along-with an additional affidavit seeking CBI probe. The Supreme Court didn't hear the arguments on shifting of Case to CBI as it focused only on transfer. CBI Case will be separately heard at a later date through appropriate proceedings. In yesterday's hearing, only Notice could have been issued had a fresh and new petition seeking CBI probe was filed. The alternate remedy i.e. fresh petition seeking a CBI probe is ready. It will be heard in the next few days. "Now the fight for CBI Enquiry will be fought in the Supreme Court in terms of its order dated 07.05.2018. The fight for CBI Enquiry will also be fought on the ground by further mobilising people of the area in Lakhs" he narrated.
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