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Slain DSP’s wife moves court against CBI’s closure report

The wife of slain Kunda DSP Ziaul Haque on Wednesday moved a special CBI court, who sought the quashing of CBI’s closure report, in which the agency had given clean chit to former UP minister Raghuraj Pratap Singh, alias Raja Bhaiya.

Parveen Azad moved her application in the court of Special Judicial Magistrate (CBI) Shraddha Tiwari through her counsel Khaliq Ahmad. The court fixed 1 October as the next date for hearing.

On 14 August, Azad had moved CBI court for a copy of the agency’s closure report and other documents related to her husband’s murder. The documents were later provided to her by the probe agency.

On Wednesday, in her application, Azad has again alleged that Raja Bhaiya and four others named in the FIR filed by her conspired and got her husband killed.  

Her counsel Ahmad said that in her application on 2 March, first FIR was lodged by the then SHO Hathgawan Manoj Kumar Shukla against 10 persons under various sections of the IPC, including dacoity and murder.

He said that next day the DSP’s wife lodged another FIR against Raja Bhaiya, Gopal Yadav, Hariom Srivastava, Rohit Singh and Guddu Singh.
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