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Uttar Pradesh Govt planning to withdraw cases against several BJP leaders

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Uttar Pradesh Govt planning to withdraw cases against several BJP leaders
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Meerut: Uttar Pradesh government is planning to withdraw cases against BJP leaders in the state and all the preparations have been made in that direction. This includes BJP Member of Parliament from Meerut’s Hapur constituency Rajendra Aggarwal and several others.

State Government Home Ministry has sent letters to the concerned district administration which asked to forward the report to the government.

Cases which were registered during Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party’s tenure against the BJP leaders are under consideration before the UP government led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. In 2012, a case was registered against MP Rajendra Aggarwal in Nauchnadi police station under 126 Public Representation Act. Now the government is planning to revoke the cases.

Similarly, a case was registered against former BJP MLA in Civil Line police station under 716/2013 and 226/2007. In both these cases, the revocation is expected. A letter has been issued to the government to withdraw the case no 162 and 163, registered at Nauchandi police station, against BJP Trader Cell’s state coordinator Vineet Aggarwal in 2006.

Some more name included in the list:

It is also being said that cases against BJP Kisan Morcha state vice president Sanjay Tyagi registered at Medical police station in 2006. Cases against Mahanagar Vice-president Vivek Rastogi at Jaani Police station in 2017 and Bhartiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) leader Ashish Tyagi at Civil Lines police station registered in 2006 and 2008 are also mentioned in the letter which asked to withdraw cases against them.

The home department is also asked to submit a detailed report in this regard. SSP Akhilesh Kumar has said that he is not aware of such developments and denied any government order to do so.

Earlier incidents of such cases:

It is not the first time when cases against ruling party leaders had been withdrawn. Earlier there had been several instances where cases against ruling party leaders are revoked. When BSP was in Power and later SP came in the government, recommendations had been made by their government to revoke the charges against their leaders. Sometimes the government had even requested to withdraw the case when serious criminal charges were leveled against the leaders. Samajwadi Government led by Akhilesh Yadav had even written a letter to withdraw charges against Hazi Ijlal who was in jail for a triple murder case and asked to send a report of that.

It created a stir and then the SSP DC Dubey told the government that it was impossible to send the report in Hazi’s favor because of the grievous charges leveled against him. However, the report went against him and the case was not withdrawn. But there had been several occasions when the reports had been positive and cases were withdrawn.

What is the process?

A letter by the district administrative authority is sent to the SSP to initiate the process of withdrawing the case. From there the whole investigation process is completed and then it is decided that whether to withdraw the case or not. What was the basis of registering the case? Is it a criminal case or a political conspiracy?

Sometimes cases related to protest and demonstration during the election under section 144 or Public Representation Act is recommended. Police submit its full report which is sent to the government via district administration. On the basis of such reports, the Government took the decision.

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