Bhagalpur’s Munna Pandey will not be hanged, Patna High Court reversed its decision after 5 years, declared him innocent..

Bihar News: Patna High Court has stayed the death sentence of Munna Pandey of Bhagalpur. Munna Pandey was given death sentence for allegedly raping and murdering an 11-year-old girl. This was a case of Sabour in Bhagalpur in which an FIR was registered by the Sabour police. The first hearing of this case was held in Bhagalpur court and the accused Munna Pandey was found guilty and sentenced to death. After that this decision was challenged in Patna High Court. But Munna Pandey’s death sentence was upheld. From here the matter further reached the Supreme Court and after the intervention of the Supreme Court, Patna High Court, while hearing the case, declared Munna Pandey innocent and he was released.

Patna High Court said- Falsely implicated..

Patna High Court acquitted Munna Pandey, the accused who was awarded death sentence by the lower court in the case of rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl from Sabour, Bhagalpur. On Thursday, a division bench of Justices Ashutosh Kumar and Alok Kumar Pandey acquitted Munna Pandey on the grounds that the prosecution did not prove its case beyond reasonable doubt and it was clear from the case records that Munna Pandey was falsely accused in the case. Trapped.

Rape and murder case in Sabour, death sentence was given

Let us tell you that in this regard, a case was registered against the petitioner in Sabour police station in 2015. On February 2, 2017, the court of Additional Sessions Judge, Bhagalpur had convicted Munna Pandey and sentenced him to death. On April 10, 2018, the Patna High Court found the decision of the District Sessions Court correct and upheld the death penalty. After that the matter reached the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court raised many questions on the decision of the court. After that it was referred to Patna High Court to get all the relevant information related to this case.

Supreme Court played an important role in getting relief.

The Supreme Court had again directed the Patna High Court to give its verdict in this case. After which the case was heard in Patna High Court and Munna Pandey was acquitted on the grounds that the prosecution could not prove its case. The counsel for the appellant says that there were many flaws in the police investigation.

Punishment announced in the gang rape case of innocent child in Banka

Here, the court has given its verdict in a sensational case of Chandan police station of Banka district. The court on Thursday sentenced four accused to life imprisonment for gang-raping and murdering an eight-year-old girl. This punishment has been given by the court of ADJ 6 Mukesh Kumar after trial. Besides this, the court has also imposed a fine of Rs 10,000 each on the four accused. If they do not deposit the fine amount, the accused will have to face additional punishment of six months. According to the information received from the court premises, those sentenced include the names of Sagar Soni alias Painter, resident of Suiya, Doman Paswan alias Vikas Kumar, resident of Chandan Bazar, Ajay Varnwal and Shridhar Varnwal alias Chhotu. The court has given this punishment by running a speedy trial under sections 302, 364, 376 DV, 201 IPC, 120 B and 4 POCSO Act. The court has separately issued an order to the District Service Legal Authority and said that it will give a compensation of Rs 15 lakh to the victim’s family. A total of 23 witnesses were presented in the court by the prosecution in the case.

What was the matter..

The incident is of 19 March 2022. On the written application of the girl’s uncle, an FIR regarding the incident was registered in Chandan police station on March 20, 2022. In this, the said accused were accused of raping and murdering the girl. While mentioning the incident in the FIR, it was said that on the day of the incident, his niece, who was playing near the house, suddenly disappeared in the afternoon. During investigation it was found that a girl was seen sitting on a cart. Upon investigation, Toto owner Sagar Soni, resident of Suiya, was identified. During interrogation, driver Doman Paswan had told about the child sitting on the Toto. After becoming suspicious about the driver, a search for the girl was started on the route shown by him. Meanwhile, at around 11 o’clock in the night, the police found the girl’s body covered with sand in a drain tunnel near Chandan Railway Station. The girl was soaked in blood. It was suspected that after raping the girl, her eyes were gouged out and she was murdered to hide the evidence.

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