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UP: CJM rejects cop's clean chit to Mulayam in Amitabh Thakur case

The deputy SP Anil Yadav, however, in his final report on October 12, 2018, stated that Mr. Yadav confirmed that it was his voice in the audio clip, while dismissing Mr. Thakur's allegations against Mr Yadav for threatening him. Mr. Yadav said he had advised Thakur like an elder brother with no intention of threat.

Saima Siddiqui

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Published on 5 Feb 2019 8:11 AM GMT

UP: CJM rejects cops clean chit to Mulayam in Amitabh Thakur case
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Lucknow: The court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, on Tuesday, rejected the final report of Uttar Pradesh police giving clean chit to former state CM, Mulayam Singh Yadav in the IPS officer Amitabh Thakur case.

The CJM of Lucknow, Justice Anand Prakash Singh said that Mr Thakur stands by his statements and has produced evidence in support of his allegations.

The CJM has fixed February 12 as the next date for hearing, where Mr. Thakur's statement will be recorded.

Mr Thakur, on July 10, 2015, registered a case against Samajwadi party leader, Mulayam Singh Yadav, accusing him of threatening him of dire consequences with a graft case launched by his wife Nutan Thakur against Gayatri Prasad Prajapati, the then mining minister in the SP regime, on a phone call.

The FIR was lodge on the directions of the court, Mr. Thakur also produced voice clipping as the evidence.

Despite of UP police claen chit to Yadav, in its October 2015 report, court rejected the it with directives to prove the case by matching the audio clip with Yadav's voice.

The deputy SP Anil Yadav, however, in his final report on October 12, 2018, stated that Mr. Yadav confirmed that it was his voice in the audio clip, while dismissing Mr. Thakur's allegations against Mr Yadav for threatening him. Mr. Yadav said he had advised Thakur like an elder brother with no intention of threat.

DSP Anil Yadav, however, in his final report gave clean chit to SP leader and suggested action against Thakur for "distorting facts to earn publicity."

Saima Siddiqui

Saima Siddiqui

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