A court docket right here has directed the Agra police to research allegations of the mom of 20-year-old youth that he was killed in a faux encounter whereas he was coming to the town to arrange for the Agnipath recruitment take a look at, her lawyer claimed right here on Sunday.
“The court docket of chief judicial Justice of the Peace in Agra has directed Agra police to lodge a grievance. It has additionally directed Commissioner of Agra Police to arrange an unbiased investigation company on this regard” Bhartendra Singh, the lawyer of the sufferer’s mom, stated.
Asked about it, Sonam Kumar, Deputy Commissioner of Police (West), instructed PTI, “FIR has not been registered but. Prima facie, it was not a faux encounter. We will take authorized recommendation on this case and act accordingly.”
Mr Singh stated that the sufferer, Akash Gurjar, was a resident of Gadhora within the Morena district of Madhya Pradesh. He was an Agnipath aspirant and on the night of September 26, 2022, he left dwelling to stick with his brother Vishnu who works on the Central Ordnance Depot in Agra, the lawyer stated. But on September 27 the members of the family have been knowledgeable by Iradatnagar Police in Agra that he had been killed in an encounter.
“The postmortem report means that Akash was shot at from an in depth vary. In FIRs, police claimed that he had left the tractor and tried to flee whereas firing at them. But, photos from the crime scene clearly present blood on each side of the tractor driver’s seat,” he alleged.
He stated the court docket order got here lately on the plea of Mamta Devi, the mom of the sufferer.
She claimed that her son was coming to Agra by bus and when he received right down to go to the bathroom, he was kidnapped by the policeman and shot lifeless.
“My son even did not know to drive a tractor. He had handed Class 12 and was making ready for Army exams,” she instructed reporters.
Initially, he was handled in Agra and later he was shifted to King George’s Medical University (KGMU) in Lucknow for therapy, she added.
“During therapy, my son knowledgeable me in regards to the incident and stated that he was harmless,” Mamta claimed.
Akash died on November 13 in KGMU throughout therapy, she stated.
“I need justice… motion towards those that have been concerned within the faux encounter of my son,” she added.
Police had claimed that Akash was concerned in unlawful sand mining. Two FIRs have been additionally registered on the Iradatnagar Police Station in Agra on this regard.
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