While refusing to allow petitioner’s request to withdraw the case, Supreme Court on Tuesday issued notice in a writ petition filed seeking investigation into a multi crore bank scam allegedly committed by an Uttarakhand IPS Officer and into the alleged murder of a whistle blower.
“You have made such serious allegations” a bench comprising CJI NV Ramana, Justice Krishna Murari and Justice Hima Kohli remarked after the counsel appearing for the petitioner at the outset sought to withdraw the petition to approach the High Court.
“Why haven’t you added people against whom you’ve made allegations as a party?”, asked the Chief Justice of India while issuing notice.
The present petition filed through Advocate Raj Kishore Choudhary has sought directions seeking investigation into the offences pertaining to multi-crore banking fraud connected with massive export/import benefit scam affecting all segments of the society, which according to the petitioner has already resulted in the brutal murder of a whistle blower.
According to the petitioner, one Mr. Mohan Singh had in August last year complained to both CBI and Central Vigilance Commission and sought investigation into massive economic offences, disproportionate assets and benami companies of an Uttarakhand police officer. However, Singh was killed/murdered and no FIR was registered passing it off as ‘accident’.
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