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One-man commission completes inquiry in Mathura massacre

The petitioners have told the Court that the case is not so simple as several issues are involved in it. Permission for Dharna was granted for two days but the protesters stayed in the garden for two years. They collected arms, provided training to some of them and uprooted trees

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Published on 9 Sep 2016 7:05 AM GMT

One-man commission completes inquiry in Mathura massacre
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Allahabad: The one-man Imtiyaz Murtaza Commission which was appointed by the Uttar Pradesh government to inquire into the Jawaharbagh violence in Mathura district has completed the inquiry, according to official sources here on Thursday.

The Commission was asked to probe the incident as the government was opposed to a CBI inquiry into the case.

The issue is not settled yet as a petition has been moved in the Allahabad High Court to hand over inquiry to the CBI and instruct the government in this regard. The case will be heard next on October 3.

Meanwhile, it has asked the government to provide a copy each of charge sheets filed by the police against 101 accused to the petitioners.

The petitioners have told the Court that the case is not so simple as several issues are involved in it. Permission for Dharna was granted for two days but the protesters stayed in the garden for two years. They collected arms, provided training to some of them and uprooted trees.

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All this cannot happen without patronage to them by some high-ups. These persons have to be identified and punished, the petitioners have pleaded.

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