HC issues notice to govt
Jammu: The High Court here today issued notice to the government directing it to file objections in a bail application filed by the Choudhary brothers, facing trail in infamous Amandeep murder case.
Vacation Judge, Justice JP Singh issued the notices in the application filed by Choudhary Nagar Singh, Jagar Singh and Rakesh Singh seeking bail on various grounds. The notices were accepted by government Advocate B R Chandan who sought time to file objections.
The Choudhary brothers are facing trial along with other accused, including some senior police officers, for allegedly tempering evidence in Amandeep Singh murder case. Son of Choudhary Nagar Singh, along with another person, was earlier arrested for murder.
However, a Special Investigation Team, constituted by the government, later inducted Choudhary brothers and some police officers, including the then SSP Manohar Singh, under section 201, 409, 120-B RPC and section 3/25 of Arms Act for fudging the evidence.
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