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Kanjhawala Murder Case: Judicial Custody of Accused Extended, Police Ordered to File Charge Sheet

By Harshvardhan Sharma      29 March, 2023 05:58 PM      0 Comments
Kanjhawala Murder Case: Judicial Custody of Accused Extended, Police Ordered to File Charge Sheet

In a development in the Kanjhawala murder case, Rohini Court has extended the judicial custody of five accused until April 1st. The accused, identified as Dipak Khanna, Amit Khanna, Krishna, Mithun, and Manoj Mittal, were produced before the court, which instructed the Delhi police to complete the investigation and file a charge sheet by the given deadline.

The Kanjhawala murder case dates back to February 2021 when a man was found murdered in the Kanjhawala area of Delhi. The police registered a case and began investigating the matter, which led to the arrest of the accused. The investigation officer assured the court that the charge sheet will be filed soon, as the 90-day deadline for the investigation ends on April 1st.

The court's decision to extend the judicial custody comes as a significant development in the case. The public has been eagerly waiting for further developments, and the police have been tight-lipped about the details of the investigation. The court will review the charge sheet and decide on the next course of action.

The case has gained significant attention, and the public is calling for justice for the victim. The police have assured that they will leave no stone unturned in the investigation and will bring the culprits to justice.

In conclusion, the extension of the judicial custody of the accused in the Kanjhawala murder case is a significant development. The Delhi police have been instructed to complete the investigation and file a charge sheet by April 1st. The court will review the charge sheet and decide on the next course of action based on the evidence presented. The public is eagerly waiting for justice to be served in the case.



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