Tulsi encounter case- An update
There is an update on the most talked about Tulsi encounter case.
There is an update on the most talked about Tulsi encounter case. Head Constable Dalpat Singh has been set free from this case.
Head constable Dalpat Singh has been released from the Tulsi encounter case by Mumbai District Court. Court’s decision is pending for SOG IG Dinesh MN and 5 others from Rajasthan. Tulsi aka Praffull Prajapati who was considerd to be the right hand of Sohrabbuddin was encountered while he was being taken to Ahmedabad for hearing in 2007. The reason stated behind this encounter was attempt to prevent sharp shooter Tulsi from escaping with the help of an accomplice.
CBI had presented a charge sheet against the then SP of Udaipur Dinesh MN, CI Abdul Rehman, ASI Narayan Singh, Constables Yudhveer and Kartar Singh and a few other officers from Gujarat. All these officers got bail after being in judicial custody for some time. Constant hearings were going on in Mumbai’s District court. Dalpat Singh denied all the charges saying that he was not present on site at the time of firing. Based on his hearing, court set him free.
Since Tulsi case is connected to Sohrabbuddin case, simultaneous hearing is going on. A court hearing is about to happen in Tulsi-Sohrabbuddin encounter with ASI Shyam Singh, Himanshu Rao and others. BJP National President Amit Shah, Home Minister Gulabchand Kataria, Entrepreneur Vimal Patni and Rajkumar Pander from Gujarat have already been relieved from the case.
Sharp shooter Tulsi aka Praffull Prajapati was the most wanted criminal in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. By the age of 24, he had already spent 10 years in the world of crime. He had 20 cases of murder, robbery and ransom against him. He was first arrested in 1994 for robbing a man named Raju. Since then until 1999, his jail episodes became frequent. It was during this period that he met Sohrabbuddin in Bhairogarh jail of Madhya Pradesh. Sohrabbuddin was an accomplice of Chota Dawood. Tulsi had continued his crime journey by becoming a contract killer being in Sohrabbuddin’s company.
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