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Total Nine gangrapes held in Murthal during protests, reveals Amicus curiae

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Haryana, Oct 13: Senior Advocate Anupam Gupta, who is the Amicus curiae appointed by Punjab and Haryana High Court in the Murthal gangrape case has revealed that a total of nine gang rapes took place on the dark night of 22 and 23 February.

He presented the fact to the court that SIT member Prakash Singh and additional chief secretary IAS officer Vijay Vardhan informed him that there has been 9 gangrape assault held.

Earlier, Anupam Gupta had accused state CM Manohar Lal Khattar of abusing Vijay Vardhan for revealing important leads in the case.

During the hearing on Thursday, Anupam Gupta had asked the court to transfer the Murthal gangrape case to CBI.

He told that the SIT was formed to investigate the riots wherein the SIT member Vijay Vardhan was provided details of gangrape by the Haryana’s former DGP KP Singh but Vardhan refused that he do not have any details in this regard in the court.

Hinting that there is some pressure of Manohar Lal ruling government or he is stepping on the behest of them.
Gupta also asserted that Haryana government is negligent towards the case and is focusing to prove that no assault took place in Murthal.

While Haryana police are claiming that as no victim has come forward to complain hence the investigation is halted.

Gupta said that the owner of Sukhdev Dhaba Amrik Singh had told him about the case but he did not inform any detail to SIT.

Also, on one side the state government is against of the CBI Investigation in the case while on the other hand, it has ordered CBI probe in the finance minister Abhimanyu’s case in which his house was set on fire and Munak Nahar riots.

Total 1212 FIRs have been registered including gangrape and Jat protests but only 921 interim reports have been formed, Gupta told High Court. In which there is no reports of 184 cases and only 172 arrests have been made yet and 81 Challans have been registered. While 1105 cases are still in the unattended list.

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Policeman attempts to fire at Kamal Nath

Rajya Sabha MP and advocate Vivek Tankha posted two tweets informing about the incidence.

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As per Rajya Sabha MP Vivek Tanka, a policeman tried to fire his rifle at senior Congress leader Kamal Nath at the Chhindwara airstrip in Madhya Pradesh. The policeman was overpowered by the security personnel present at the airstrip and has now been placed under suspension.

Rajya Sabha MP and advocate Vivek Tankha posted two tweets informing about the incidence.

Kamal Nath represents Chhindwara in Loksabha and is presently the longest serving member of the Indian Parliament. He has been elected nine times from Chhindwara.

He has won every election since 1980 with the sole exception of elections to 11th Loksabha in 1996.

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Hemraj’s wife moves to Supreme Court,challenging acquittal of Arushi’s parents

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Arushi's parents, Nupur Talwar and Rajesh Talwar (File Photo)

In Arushi-Hemraj Murder Case of 2008,  Hemraj’s wife has moved to  Supreme Court, challenging acquittal of  Arushi’s parents Rajesh &  Nupur Talwar.

The Allahabad high court on 12th October acquitted Rajesh and Nupur Talwar for the murder of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj in 2008, setting aside the 2013 verdict by a special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court in Ghaziabad.

The couple were awarded life sentence by a special CBI court in Ghaziabad on 26 November 2013, a day after their conviction.

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Cabinet approves bill to replace Medical Council of India

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New Delhi, Dec 15: A bill to replace the Medical Council of India (MCI) with a national medical commission was cleared by the Union Cabinet on Friday, Law and Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.

“The MCI will be replaced, and a National Medical Commission bill has been brought. This is to correct the whole medical ecosystem,” he said.

The MCI is a statutory body for establishing uniform and high standards of medical education in India. The bill seeks to replace the MCI with a new Commission.

According to government sources, the National Medical Commission Bill envisages a four-tier structure for the regulation of medical education, with a 20-member National Medical Commission at the top.

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