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Nov 12, 2018
11:59AM

SC dismisses plea seeking recusal of judges of bench in Manipur fake encounter cases

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The Supreme Court has today dismissed a plea filed by some Manipur Police personnel seeking recusal of the judges of the bench in Manipur fake encounter cases. CBI's Special Investigation Team ,SIT is carrying out a probe in these cases.

A bench comprising Justices Madan B Lokur and U U Lalit said that there was no reason for these policemen to doubt the SIT and the probe conducted by it.

The bench also said that the institutional integrity of the judiciary and the CBI must be maintained.

Some Manipur Police personnel had sought recusal of judges of the bench, claiming they had earlier termed some accused, who were charge sheeted by the SIT in the encounter cases, as "murderers".

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