Punjab

DOUBLE JOLT TO SUMEDH SINGH SAINI FROM HIGH COURT, BOTH PETITIONS DISMISSED, STILL ABSCONDING

September 08, 2020 05:19 PM

BALWANT SINGH MULTANI KIDNAPPING AND MURDER CASES TAKES NEW TURNS

Chandigarh (Subhash Jindal)

Punjab and Haryana High Court Justice Fatehdeep Singh on Tuesday dismissed both the petitions of Sumedh Singh Saini Ex DGP seeking anticipatory bail in 29 years old Balwant Singh Multani kidnapping and murder case and seeking CBI enquiry of the case. This was a big and double jolt to absconding Ex DGP.

Saini challenged the FIR lodged in Mohali and demanding the matter investigated by CBI or any independent investigative agency. Now the former DGP Saini has the only option of filing an anticipatory bail petition in the Supreme Court or to surrendered before Special Investigating Team (SIT).

It is said now Punjab Police will initiate to get warrants from Mohali Court and later than to start legal process in the Mohali court to declare him a fugitive.

Questions were also raised about the safety and security of former DGP Saini that, who was under threat from terrorists as he left the Z plus security cover without any information. Even the wife of Saini also in a communication to DGP Mr. Dinkar Gupta, had said that the security of her husband was withdrawn,but DGP had denied it.

Justice Fatehdeep Singh on Monday after hearing the arguments more than four hours had reserve the order on bail application and transferring the case to CBI or other investigating agency.

For over a week, SIT and Punjab Police have been continuously conducting raids to arrest the former DGP.

It may also add that on August 28, Punjab Police had raided several places from Mohali to Delhi and Mandi in Himachal Pradesh.Police team at around 5.30 am the previous day, teams of Mohali Police and Special Operation Group raided Saini's residence in Sector 20 of Chandigarh and his farm house in Mohali, but police team return with empty hands. Police also raided Saini's farm at Zankhari in Sundanagar sub-division of Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh and Farm House in Delhi, but Saini was not there.

In between the questions were also raised about the safety and security of former DGP Saini that, who was under threat from terrorists as he left the Z plus security cover without any information. Even the wife of Saini also in a communication to DGP Mr. Dinkar Gupta, had said that the security of her husband was withdrawn,but DGP had denied it.

29 YEAR JOURNEY OF BALWANT SINGH MULTANI CASE 

On May 6, a case was registered against former DGP Sumedh Singh Saini, a retired SP of UT Police, Baldev Singh, late DSP Satbir Singh, retired Inspector Har sahai, Anokh Singh, Jagir Singh and others under kidnapping and other sections in the Matour police station.

This is the case when Sumedh Singh Saini was the SSP of Chandigarh. Multani was caught after the terrorist attack on Sumedh Singh Saini in Chandigarh. Four policemen guarding Saini were killed in the attack. It is alleged that Multani was arrested by the police after a failed attempt to murder Saini in 1991. After the arrest, Balwant Singh has been tortured at the police station, then told that Balwant had escaped from the arrest. The relatives said that Balwant died due to police torture.

In 2008, on the instructions of the Punjab-Haryana High Court, the Chandigarh CBI started a preliminary inquiry in this case, after which the CBI registered a case against Saini in 2008. After which a case was filed against former DGP Sumedh Singh Saini, a retired SP of UT Police, Baldev Singh, late DSP Satbir Singh, retired Inspector Har Sahai, Anokh Singh, Jagir Singh and others on May 6 under kidnapping and other sections in the Matour police station. it was done. After this, on the new facts, Punjab Police on last May 7 last month against Saini under sections 364 (kidnapping for kidnapping or murder), 201 (due to deletion of evidence), 344 (wrongful imprisonment), 330 and 120 B. ( Criminal conspiracy). Later the IPC section 302 (Murder) was added.

 
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