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Woman RTI activist shot dead in Madhya Pradesh

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karira

Shehla Masood murder: Statement of another witness recorded

 

INDORE: Another witness in RTI activist Shehla Masood murder case recorded his statement before special CBI Court in Indore on Thursday.

 

 

TK Das, a sub-engineer with government department, was witness to search carried out by CBI at two houses of Shehla Masood. The investigation agency had seized pen drive, hard disk, mobile phone, controversial CDs with photographs and films of Shehla Masood with other persons and personal diaries of deceased.

 

 

Advocate Sunil Shrivastav said that witness identified the items seized by CBI in the court. He will be cross-examined by lawyers in the next hearing on February 5.

 

Read More: Shehla Masood murder: Statement of another witness recorded - The Times of India

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karira

Two CBI officers may be in trouble in RTI activist murder case

 

 

New Delhi: Two senior CBI officers are in possible trouble in connection with alleged tampering of evidence in the 2011 (rpt) 2011 murder of RTI activist Shehla Masood as action has been recommended against them by the investigating agency itself.

 

The Preliminary Enquiry by CBI has zeroed on an officer of the rank of Joint Director and another officer of the rank of Deputy Inspector General after it was found that some crucial data in a pen drive was found deleted, sources said.

 

It has claimed that while this may be an inadvertent act by the officers, action should be initiated against the two for such a "gross negligence", the sources claimed.

 

The CBI had lodged a PE last year against unknown persons after it was found in the court that certain portions of data in a pen drive, a crucial evidence collected during the course of probe, were deleted by some people while investigating the case.

 

The PE has been completed and has been with Director Anil Sinha, who is yet to take any action on this.

 

Read More: Two CBI officers may be in trouble in RTI activist murder case | Zee News

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Indore, Jun 26 (PTI) A woman police officer and another witness today testified before the special CBI court here which is conducting trial of the RTI activist Shehla Masood murder case.

 

Police officer Deepa Khare and witness Tahir Khan recorded their statements before judge Rajiv Kumar Ayachi.Read more at;

 

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Six Years After She Was Murdered, RTI Activist Shehla Masood's Killers Sentenced To Life Imprisonment

 

Six years after RTI activist Shehla Masood was shot dead, a special court sentenced four people, including primary accuse Zahida Parvez, to life imprisonment. Parvez, an interior designer, and her friend Saba Farooqui, will be serving the life term along with two shooters they had hired.

 

Saquib alias Danger, who was hired to kill Shehla, and his crony Tabish, were also sentenced for life. The were sentenced by a special court in Indore.

 

Read more at: Six Years After She Was Murdered, RTI Activist Shehla Masood's Killers Sentenced To Life Imprisonment

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Prasad GLN

May be this is the first life imprisonment in RTI Activists murders.

Who erased the pen drive data ? whether any CBI involvement is there is tampering evidence has to be seen in judgment.

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Prasad GLN

By moving this thread to original, the old thread can be closed. Same posts are being made in old thread, though one has to open new thread as per Moderator's directions. But this is exception post, as that post in original thread gives a chain of events from beginning to final end.

 

This is the first, continuing thread link

 

https://www.rtiindia.org/forum/77953-woman-rti-activist-shot-dead-madhya-pradesh.html

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