Jabalpur News : When no proper action was taken by the police in the murder of a tribal youth, Deepak Marscole, a resident of Raisen, the family members of the deceased Deepak approached the High Court. A single bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court Justice Sushrut Arvind Dharmadhikari has sought response from the government for not taking proper action by the Raisen police in the murder of tribal youth Deepak.
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Raisen-Sultanpur resident Ramswaroop Marscole, who is the brother of the deceased Deepak, filed a petition in the High Court, stating that other people, including Jagdish, Prakash, Manmohan, Govind and Vikram, who live in the village, killed his brother Deepak by hitting him with an iron rod. Murdered. After this incident, when the victim’s family reached the police station, their complaint was not heard.
Adivasi Ramswaroop’s advocate Ashok Chakraborty argued on behalf of the petitioner in the High Court that the witnesses had told the names of the killers to the police, yet the Raisen police did not take proper action in the murder case, not only that the next day of the incident, August 21 On 2022, when the wife of the deceased Deepak went to the police station to file a report, the Raisen police did not include the section of murder in this case. The High Court has now summoned the reply of the State Government and the Raisen SP in the case related to the murder.
Sandeep Kumar’s report from Jabalpur