Hapur Lynching: What the Supreme Court orderedMay 28 2019
The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to direct the Uttar Pradesh Police to file a supplementary chargesheet in the case of Hapur lynching on the basis of the statements recorded of the brothers of the deceased.
The Vacation Bench of Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi and Aniruddha Bose, however, granted liberty to the petitioner to bring these statements to the notice of the trial court which can then pass appropriate orders.
The petitioner, represented by, advocate Vrinda . . .
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