Bulandshahr violence: supreme court rejects bail plea of accused YogeshRaj
Bulandshahr violence: supreme court rejects bail plea of accused YogeshRaj
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New Delhi: The Supreme Court has taken a major decision in a case related to a Bajrang Dal leader who led a mob that killed a police officer in Bulandshahr district of Uttar Pradesh in 2018. In fact, the Supreme Court has stayed the order granting bail to Yogeshraj , the main accused in the Allahabad High Court.

A bench of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and MM Sundaresh said in its order that the matter is very serious as a police officer was beaten to death on the pretext of cow slaughter. The court directed Yogeshraj to surrender before the trial court during a period of seven days. The Supreme Court has asked the Lower Court in Bulandshahr to send a report on the status of the case and the charges against all the accused.

Tell us that Yogeshraj was out on bail since September 2019. In 2018, Rajni Singh (Rajni Singh), wife of Police Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh, who was killed in a mob attack, filed a petition in the Supreme Court. There was a lot of controversy at that time over the matter and questions were raised about the state government.

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