In the famous Sanjeev Chaudhary murder case of Aligarh, the court had given punishment, a petition has been filed in the High Court. Aligarh’s famous Sanjeev Chaudhary murder case was punished by the court, petition is in the High Court
Aligarh6 minutes ago
- copy link
The High Court has rejected the bail plea of all three. At the same time, orders have been given to prepare paper book for the next hearing.
The bail of the three convicts in the famous Sanjeev Chowdhary murder case that took place 20 years ago in Aligarh’s DS cases was rejected by the High Court. After being convicted by the Sessions Court, the convicts appealed against the Sessions Court’s decision in the High Court and applied for bail.
But the three convicts got a big blow in the High Court on Tuesday and the court rejected their application and canceled the bail. Along with dismissing the appeal, the High Court has ordered the preparation of paper books for the hearing of the case. Only after this the hearing will be held.
The murder took place in broad daylight in 2002
Sanjeev Chowdhary, a resident of Press Colony (native Tappal), was shot dead on the morning of April 27, 2002, at DS College. He had gone to the college to appear for BA third year examination, during which the accused had attacked him.
After which the police had registered a case on the Tahrir of the deceased’s father Advocate Balveer Singh. He had told the police that as soon as he dropped his son from his car at the college gate and he was entering the college to appear for the examination, the accused opened fire on him, killing Sanjeev on the spot.
On September 24, the court gave the sentence
Almost 20 years after the incident, the court had given its verdict in this case. Sanjeev alias Robbie of Kalai, Raghavendra Singh Kalu of Harduaganj, Yogesh of Gwalra were convicted by the sessions court.
The accused were sentenced to life imprisonment by the court on September 24, 2022, along with a fine of Rs 20-20 thousand was also imposed. After this all appealed to the High Court. Sanjeev Chaudhary’s father Advocate Balveer Singh said that the High Court’s division bench of Justice Ashwani Kumar Mishra and Justice Shiv Shankar Prasad has rejected the bail.