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Maoist’s death: case adjourned

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 8, 2007

Legal Correspondent

Bench tells Advocate General to furnish the names of the police personnel involved

HYDERABAD: A division bench of the High Court comprising Justice Bilal Nazki and Justice Ramesh Ranganathan on Wednesday adjourned the matter pertaining to disclosure of names of police personnel involved in the ‘encounter’ death of Madhav, top Maoist leader, to next Wednesday.

The bench had asked the Advocate General to furnish the names of the police personnel concerned to the Court in a sealed cover.

The writ petition filed by Subhash Chandra Bose of A.P. Civil Liberties Committee (APCLC) stated that the names of police personnel belonging to Greyhounds, the anti-Naxal outfit, were not being disclosed to facilitate registering First Informatin Report in the police station concerned.

The sealed cover was displayed by the Advocate General on Wednesday, but the bench asked him to keep it with him and argue the case.

The bench did not appreciate the attitude of the A. P. Police Officers’ Association in not filing its counter affidavit in spite of impleading itself.


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