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UP government scraps judicial probe in Jawahar Bagh clash


In Uttar Pradesh, government has scrapped the one member judicial probe commission into the much talked Jawahar Bagh incident of Mathura. The commission was formed led by Allahabad High Court retired judge Mirza Imtiyaz Murtza. Allahabad High Court hearing savaral writ petitions had ordered a CBI probe into the matter leaving no need for the judicial probe. CBI probe was ordered on March 2 last.

AIR correspondent reports that “This unfortunate incident happened on June 2, 2016, in Lord Krishna’s city Mathura in which two police officials Mathura SP city Mukul Dwivedi and Station Head Officer of Farah , Santosh Yadav including several others were killed .

Judicial commission was set up by the Akhilesh Yadav government on June 7, 2016 which was slated to complete its probe in two month time. But even after three extensions it did not complete the task. Now the government has asked the commission to submit its report which it had done till now in a sealed cover to the government soon.”

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