The Lucknow Bench of the High Court has given relief to two accused in the case of attack on BJP MP Sangam Lal Gupta and BJP workers. The court has ordered that arrest should be made only after getting strong evidence against the petitioners. Along with this, the court has also ordered to issue notice to the BJP MP.
This order was given by the bench of Justice Devendra Kumar Upadhyay and Justice Saroj Yadav on the petition of Chandrashekhar Singh and another. In the petition, all the six FIRs, including the FIR lodged by the BJP MP, have been challenged.
All the FIRs are related to the attack on BJP MP Sangam Lal Gupta and BJP workers on September 25. These have been lodged at Lalganj police station in Pratapgarh. One of these FIRs has been lodged by the BJP MP himself. In this, he has nominated 27 people including Congress leader Pramod Tiwari and his daughter Aradhana Mishra. 50 assailants are said to be unidentified.
The FIR of the MP has been registered under section 307 and all other sections. At the same time, Pramod Tiwari and Aradhana Mishra have not got relief so far. He has also challenged all these FIRs by filing another petition. The petition of Pramod Tiwari and his daughter is to be heard on November 22.
# KR Singh appointed as Chief Permanent Advocate of Government
Krishna Raj Singh, Additional Chief Permanent Advocate of the State Government has been appointed as the Chief Standing Advocate in the Allahabad High Court. This post was lying vacant after the death of Vikas Chandra Tripathi. He has been a Government Advocate for many years. He has been promoted to this post.
KR Singh had argued on Modi’s behalf on a petition challenging the legality of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election as an MP from the Varanasi parliamentary seat. He has been associated as a junior advocate to former Governor Pt. Keshari Nath Tripathi. For the past many years he is working as State Law Officer.