Gwalior High Court : The Gwalior Bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court has given a major order in the case of the suspicious death of farmer Suresh Rawat. Along with this, handing over the investigation of the matter to the CBI, the court has also ordered the government to pay a compensation of Rs 20 lakh to the aggrieved party. And the government will recover this amount from the guilty policemen.
what is the whole matter
Let us inform that in the year 2019, farmer Suresh Rawat died suspiciously in police custody at Belgarha police station in Gwalior district. In this case, Justice GS Ahluwalia imposed a fine of Rs 50,000 on the investigator and Rs 20 lakh on the suspended police staff. In which Rs 10 lakh should be recovered from suspended SHO Vijaysingh Rajput, Rs 5 lakh from head constable Arun Mishra, Rs 2 lakh from constable Neeraj Prajapati, Rs 1 lakh from constable Dharmendra Vijay Kushwaha and home guard soldier Ahsan Khan. And the government has been ordered to deposit it in the High Court by January 5, 2023. Along with this, Justice GS Ahluwalia has said in his 64-page order that the police have done the work of saving the accused from the beginning. The negligence of 6 policemen has come directly to the fore in the case.
Petitioner Advocate Nirmal Sharma told that therefore this case is handed over to CBI. Along with this, the government will recover Rs 20 lakh as compensation to the victim from the guilty policemen.
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