Case involving the Mathura Jawahar Bagh massacre: CBI submits sealed report to Allahabad HC

The CBI submitted a report to Allahabad High Court in 2016 in a sealed envelope . The court ordered the premier investigation agency to submit a chargesheet in two weeks .

Prayagraj (India), November 25, 2016: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) submitted a report to Allahabad High Court in 2016 in a sealed envelope, which was followed by Justice Rajah Bindal and Justice JJ Munir, who ordered the premier investigation agency to submit a chargesheet in two weeks.CBI's senior advocates include Gyan Prakash and Sanjay Yadav.The roles of many high-profile politicians and bureaucrats are likely to be identified in the report.The hearing will take place on December 19, according to the Allahabad High Court, who ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to look into the investigation into the violence in Jawahar Bagh.

The police arrested 124 people on suspicion of murder and rioting.Since being told to evict the land they were encroaching on following the Allahabad High Court's instructions, the cult-like group of nearly 2,000 demonstrators became violent.Later, the demonstrators opened fire on the police and threw grenades at the cops.According to sources, there had been conflict in the area since the Mathura administration gave the protesters a 48-hour ultimatum on April 15, 2016, which expired without any action being taken.

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