NEW DELHI: Expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar, being tried for raping a minor, was on Tuesday slapped with the extra costs of homicide for conspiring to kill the survivor’s father after framing him in a false case.
District decide Dharmesh Sharma clubbed two circumstances, one associated to the alleged homicide of the survivor’s father and the opposite associated to allegedly framing him in a case of possession of unlawful arms.
The court docket charged Sengar and 9 others for offences punishable beneath IPC Sections 302 (homicide), 506 (prison intimidation), 341 (wrongful restraint), 120B (prison conspiracy) and 193 (false proof) and beneath Part 25 of the Arms Act.
The court docket cancelled the bail of three UP policemen — the then Makhi police station in-charge Ashok Singh Bhadauria, sub-inspector Kamta Prasad and constable Amir Khan — and remanded them in judicial custody after charging them with homicide.
Framing costs within the second case, transferred to it from the Supreme Courtroom, the trial court docket considered the homicide as a “half of a bigger conspiracy to discourage, silence and forestall the daddy from pursuing the grievance” within the rape case of his daughter in 2017.
Taking into consideration Sengar’s defence that he was not even in Unnao however in Delhi when the daddy was allegedly assaulted and picked up by the police, the court docket stated he hatched the conspriracy with the others to homicide the daddy, and it was on his directions the sufferer was picked and overwhelmed up earlier than being thrown in jail the place he succumbed to his accidents.
By including homicide costs in opposition to Sengar, the court docket has given a giant increase to the sufferer’s plea for justice because the survivor’s counsel had claimed the CBI had “intentionally” not named Sengar and his brother within the homicide of the woman’s father.



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