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U.P. round-up

AMU: order against cops
The Supreme Court on 31 April asked authorities to take follow-up action against the police officials who had resorted to ‘unprovoked’ firing to disperse students at the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) campus more than four years ago.

The court’s directions followed a CBI report that indicted several police officials for firing at the students. In the firing, Nadeem Alam was killed on the night of Oct 1, 1996. Last year, the Supreme Court had directed the CBI to investigate the killing.

A bench headed by Chief Justice A.S. Anand directed the authorities to launch a departmental inquiry and criminal prosecution against the police official inquiry and criminal prosecution against the police officials in line with the CBI’s recommendations.

The CBI’s report said the PAC personnel led by City Superintendent of Police Ajay Anand and Additional District Magistrate Rajiv Rautela, had resorted to ‘unprovoked’ firing at the fleeing students.

‘There is no doubt that these two officers had failed to exercise proper control over the police party they were heading,’ the CBI said, adding that the police had chased the students and resorted to ‘unwarranted firing’ to disperse a mob.

The CBI also named SHO of Civil Line Police Station Ranbir Singh and sub-inspector Ghanshyam Singh for deliberately manipulating the case records.

LIU wound up
Kerana: The secret service department of the government had set up local intelligence unit (LIU) in Kerana with a view to checking ISI agents, fake currency rackets and smuggling of goods from foreign countries.

It may be recalled that the central as well as state governments had very much publicized the news that Kerana and its neighbouring areas and towns are ‘centres’ of the illegal supply of arms and goods from foreign countries, fake currencies and that ISI agents who take refuge in these places. But since no arrests were made and no action was taken in this connection, the U.P. government wound up the above-mentioned office, declaring that no such activities were going on in these places and that the LIU staff were being paid salaries unnecessarily.
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