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Justice for Muzzaffarnagar Case, State Struggle-न्याय की मांग- मुज्ज़फ्फर नगर

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एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:
Who can forget October 1-2, 1994 that Black day when Uttarakhand State Formation activitests were going to Delhi to stage a dharna at Raj Ghat on Gandhi Jayanti, the following day, when alleged unprovoked police firing in the night of October 1 led to the death of six activists, and some women were allegedly raped and molested in the ensuing melee. Mulayam Singh Yadav was Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, when the incident occurred.
Now it has been more than 15 yrs but justice has not arrived at so far. The Culprits are still at large.
Case history (from wikipedia)
* 1994: First Information Reports (FIRs), entails that the activists damaged public property, burnt shops and vehicles and tried to force their way through the barricades, forcing A.K. Singh, who was present at the spot, to order firing, leading to the death of six activists and several others getting injured [1].
* 1995: The Allahabad High Court orders the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on January 12, to probe into the issue, taking cognizance of the Uttarakhand Sangharsh Samiti's petition. The CBI later, examines 72 witnesses and files cases against 28 police personnel [2]. All the accused face charges under sections 376 (rape), 392 (robbery), 354 (assault or criminal force on women), 332 (voluntarily causing hurt), 509 (intent to insult the modesty of women) and 120 (b) (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) [3]. Though initially, the State government, then headed by Mulayam Singh Yadav, ordered a judicial inquiry by a retired judge, Justice Zaheer Hassan, which reported, 'the use of force was just and reasonable' [1]. Later, at the Uttaranchal High Court, the CBI admitted, "The case of the CBI in the charge-sheet is that the petitioner and other police officers under the garb of checking tried to stop the rallyists from going to Delhi, provoked them to resort to violence and when they dispersed after the use of rubber bullets, the remaining few protesters were unnecessarily shot dead." [1]
* 2000: Rajnath Singh, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh under Section 197 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) in November, refuses CBI), the permission to prosecute then district magistrate Muzaffarnagar, Anant Kumar Singh [1].
* 2003: July: Uttaranchal High Court quashes the CBI charge sheet and absolved then district magistrate Muzaffarnagar, Anant Kumar Singh in criminal proceedings [4]. Motivation by a widespread public uproar, the State government soon filed for a review petition, which resulted in the High Court recalling its own earlier order [1]. November: A CBI special court has convicted two Uttar Pradesh State police officials and a constable for killing a man while firing indiscriminately on a crowd of Uttarakhand demonstrators in 1994. The Sub-inspector, Ramesh Chand Chowdhary was sentenced to rigorous imprisonment for two years and fined Rs 2,000 while the other two — Anil Singh Manral and Bhopal Singh were awarded a seven years’ rigorous imprisonment and fined Rs 5,000 each [5].
* 2005: A special CBI Judicial Magistrate, at Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh acquits the four police personnel had been accused of tampering with police records after the firing over alleged rioters [6].
* 2007: July: A special CBI court in Muzaffarnagar acquittes, Rajendra Pal Singh, then city Superintendent of Police, in connection with the alleged police firing, refusing the agency permission to prosecute him without the Uttar Pradesh governor's consent. After prior refusal of the State Government to prosecute him, CBI later prosecutes him on a statement of co-accused in the case, Rajbir Singh, who was then the SHO of Chapar police. [2]. October: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Bhuvan Chandra Khanduri, visited the 'Sahid Samarak' at Rampur Tiraha at Muzaffarnagar, and announced that the state government will pursue all the five pending court cases, with greater dedicated. Most suprising fact, there is no move from state Govt side also in this case.
Your views are solicited in this case please.
M S Mehta

एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:

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मुजफ्फरनगर, गुरूवार, 13 जनवरी 2011( 18:40 IST )
मुजफ्फरनगर में साल 1994 में उत्तराखंड के निहत्थे प्रदर्शनकारियों पर हुई पुलिस गोलीबारी के मामले में दोषियों पर मुकदमा चलाए जाने की सीबीआई की धीमी प्रक्रिया को लेकर यहाँ की एक विशेष अदालत ने जाँच एजेंसी की खिंचाई की है।

विशेष दंडाधिकारी पीएन पांडे ने सीबीआई के निदेशक अमर प्रताप सिंह के नाम एक पत्र जारी कर शिकायत की कि एजेंसी दोषी पुलिस अधिकारियों के खिलाफ कार्रवाई को लेकर राज्य सरकार से अनुमति पत्र प्राप्त करने में नाकाम रही है।

इस मामले में आठ पुलिसवालों के खिलाफ पुलिस रिकॉर्ड से छेड़छाड़ करने का आरोप है। 


Uttarakhandi-Highlander/मी उत्तराखंडी छियो:

लोक तंत्र के इतिहास का सबसे बड़ा काला दिन! निर्दोष लोगो के साथ दुराचार किया गया! उत्तराखंड राज्य के आन्दोलनकारियों के साथ पुलिस ने ना केवल गोलिया बरसाई बल्कि महिलाओ के साथ बलात्कार भी किया!

उत्तराखंड की जनता इस घटना के दोषियों को कभी माफ़ नहीं करेगी!

दुःख होता है.. राज्य बनाने के बाद सत्ता के सुख भोग रहे लोग इस घटना को भूल चुके है, और दोषी खुले काम घूम रहे है! दोषियों को सजा मिलेंगे के बजाय उनका सम्मान हो रहा है !

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Himalayan Warrior /पहाड़ी योद्धा:
I am really shocked that there is no move in this case. People ruling in Uttarakhand are only plying with the dream of the State Martyres.

How can one forget such a un-humane incident.

Uttarakhandi-Highlander/मी उत्तराखंडी छियो:

अब तो लगता है, इस मामले में न्याय मिलाने की कोई उम्मीद नहीं है!


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