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rajeevrampal

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rajeevrampal

My sister death happen due to accident but I have doubt its a pre planned to murder her & get death claim form the municpality thorugh her husband. what is the procedure to re-investigate my sister case through police or court.

please help me to guide

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Dear Rajeev,

 

You can ask for the documents like FIR, AUTOPSY REPORT and other documents from police. The only way is through court and Law. RTI can get you these documents which eventually may help you in the case.

 

Vinay Goyal

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If someone died due to accident and aftersomtimes we relize that its a murder and it is possible after 4 months we can file FIR in our place to find out the real truth ?

 

Case: My sister death was happened in April 2009 and our realtives planned her death as a accidental & they took all the necessory signature not to file FIR throu my parents in the hospital immediatly after my sister death even they are not in that positioned to judge what is right or wrong. Now they are stopping us to meet my sister son. My question is that if they are innocent then why they are stopping us to meet our sister son? It means they must have done something wrong with my sister and claiming the huge ammount from the muncipality as a road accident.

 

Secondly I want to know that after 4 months we have the rights to file the FIR against my sister husband or his relatives who is behind this to know about the real truth?

 

please help me in this matter accordingly the Law of India

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karira

Beyond the purview of this portal.

 

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