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Sep 05, 2018
7:37PM

SC directs Police IG to supervise probe in Hapur lynching case

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The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Inspector General of Police of Meerut range to supervise the investigation in the Hapur lynching case. 

A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud was informed by the Uttar Pradesh government that it has transferred the SHO concerned and filed appeals seeking cancellation of bails granted to the accused in the case.

Hearing a plea, the apex court had on August 13 directed a senior UP Police officer to probe the case in which one person was killed and another brutally assaulted on June 18 in the name of cow vigilantism. 

The petitioner had sought setting up of a Special Investigation Team to ensure an impartial, competent and fair investigation into the incident. 

 

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