Sohrabuddin Sheikh's brother moves Bombay HC, challenges CBI court’s order acquitting 22 accused in fake encounter case
Rubabuddin Sheikh on Thursday approached the Bombay High Court challenging the Special CBI court’s order acquitting all 22 accused in the killing of his brother Sohrabuddin Sheikh in an alleged fake encounter. Rubabuddin in his plea stated that it is filed 51 days beyond the stipulated time granted for the appeal as per Special CBI court orders.
CBI had 'premeditated script' to implicate politicians in Sohrabuddin encounter case, agency's probe 'politically motivated', says court
Special CBI Judge SJ Sharma made the remarks in a 350-pages judgement on 21 December, while acquitting all the 22 accused in the Sohrabuddin case. The court acquitted the accused due to insufficient evidence and expressed sorrow over the loss of "three lives."
CBI court acquits all accused in Sohrabuddin ‘fake' encounter case: Here's list of all 22 people named and their alleged roles
All 22 accused in the alleged fake encounter killings of gangster Sohrabuddin Shaikh, his wife Kausar Bi and his aide Tulsi Prajapati were acquitted Friday by a special CBI court because of insufficient evidence, even as it expressed sorrow over the loss of "three lives."
'No one killed anyone in 2002', say critics of verdict in Sohrabuddin case; DG Vanzara claims encounter foiled Modi assassination bid
One of the accused in the case of the allegedly fake encounter of Sohrabuddin Shaikh, former IPS officer DG Vanzara on Friday claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi — then chief minister of Gujarat — would have "met the same fate" as political leaders like Indira Gandhi and Benazir Bhutto who had been "successfully assassinated" by terrorists.
Nayabuddin Shaikh, brother of Sohrabuddin Shaikh, has told the special CBI court here that he "never mentioned" the names of BJP chief Amit Shah and police officer Abhay Chudasama in his statement about the alleged fake encounter
CBI opposed the discharge plea of Gujarat IPS officer Vipul Aggarwal in the Tulsiram Prajapati 'fake' encounter case in Bombay High Court
The killings of Sohrabuddin Shaikh, his wife Kausar Bi and associate Tulsiram Prajapati were the result of a conspiracy hatched by senior officers of Gujarat and Rajasthan police
This is not the first time that Rajnish Rai has has flagged his concerns about what he claims to be fake encounters.
Telangana’s police has reportedly killed naxalite turned gangster Nayeemuddin in an ongoing encounter at Shadnagar in Telangana.
The BJP President will not have to face trial in the case, if the special court of the CBI accepts Shah's discharge application.
The special CBI court here yet again exempted BJP leader Amit Shah from appearing before it today in connection with the alleged fake encounter cases of Tulsiram Prajapati and Sohrabuddin Sheikh.
The BJP's charge that the CBI is gunning for Amit Shah in order to ultimately target NArendra Modi is likely to heat up the political atmosphere.
He may have spent time in jail and political exile but in this polls, Amit Shah, Narendra Modi's aide is expected to win comfortably.
A local court directed the Maharashtra government to file a report on security arrangements undertaken for the 11 accused involved in the 2005 Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case.