Palghar lynching case: SC defer hearing for two weeks – Hearing in the Supreme Court lynching case in Palghar postponed by two weeks


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New Delhi:

The Supreme Court has postponed hearing for two weeks in the lynching case of sadhus in Palghar. The Maharashtra government said that another additional charge sheet has been filed in the case. The trial of the brutal murder of sadhus in Palghar is going on in the Supreme Court. The family members of the sadhus have demanded to hand over the investigation to the CBI.

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The Maharashtra government has filed a new status report in the apex court. The state government said that the salary of 15 policemen has been punished. In the new affidavit, the Maharashtra government has said that 1 senior police officer has been dismissed and 2 have been sent on compulsory retirement. The government said that a charge sheet was filed against 252 persons and 15 policemen were fined with pay cuts.


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Also, on behalf of the Maharashtra government, it was said that two FIRs have been registered, one against the policemen and the other against those who attacked the sadhus. Action has been taken against the policemen. A charge sheet has been filed, which has been placed before the Supreme Court. The Maharashtra government said that another additional chargesheet is about to be filed. The Supreme Court asked to file it on record.


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