Court rejects Thakur's bail plea in rape victim's suicide case
Later, they died in hospital.The face-book live was treated as the victims dying declaration and Thakur is alleged to have conspired with the BSP MP, forcing the victim to commit suicide.Following a decision taken by the Union Home Ministry, Thakur was given compulsory retirement on March 23 this year in public interest.He was not found fit to be retained for the remaining tenure of his service, an order from the Union Home Ministry had said.
Passing the order, Additional Sessions Judge P M Tripathi observed, “The allegations against accused are serious and the investigating is still going on and hence in such circumstances, he is not entitled to bail at this stage.” The FIR in this connection was registered with Hazratganj police on August 27 under the IPC.
Later, several cases were lodged against the victim in retaliation.
The face-book live was treated as the victim's dying declaration and Thakur is alleged to have conspired with the BSP MP, forcing the victim to commit suicide.
“In the public interest, Amitabh Thakur is being given premature retirement before completion of his service with immediate effect,” the order had said.
In 2017, Thakur had requested the Centre to change his cadre state.
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