Seven convicted, including former MP Umakant Yadav in triple murder case, will be sentenced on August 8. Seven convicted including former MP Umakant Yadav in triple murder case, will be sentenced on August 8

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UmaKant Yadav

Highlights

  • Seven people including former MP Umakant Yadav convicted in the 27-year-old triple murder case
  • The local court of Jaunpur gave its verdict, the sentence will be pronounced on August 8

Uttar Pradesh News: A local court in Uttar Pradesh’s Jaunpur has convicted seven people, including former Machhlishahr MP Umakant Yadav, in the 27-year-old triple murder case. The court will pronounce the sentence in the case on August 8. District Government Advocate Lal Bahadur Pal told on Saturday that Jaunpur Additional District Sessions Judge Sharad Chandra Tripathi, after hearing both the sides, considered the accused guilty. The court has convicted all the seven accused, including Umakant Yadav, and will pronounce the sentence in the case on August 8.

it was the whole matter

In February 1995, constable Ajay Singh, Lallan Singh and another person were killed in firing while rescuing Rajkumar Yadav, who was lodged in the lockup of the Shahganj Government Railway Police in Jaunpur. Giving details of the incident, the advocate said that constable Raghunath Singh, posted in Shahganj GRP, had lodged an FIR that in February 1995, armed with rifle, pistol, accused Umakant Yadav came to the GRP post along with his associates. Umakant forcibly tried to free Rajkumar Yadav, who was locked up in the lockup. During this, they started firing indiscriminately. Panic spread due to the firing. Apart from Ajay Singh and Lallan Singh constable, one other was killed in the firing. In this case, the police filed a charge sheet in the court. Seven people including Umakant Yadav, Rajkumar Yadav, Dharamraj Yadav, Mahendra, Subedar and Bachchu Lal were named as accused in the charge sheet. The matter was transferred to the MP, MLA court. Later it was transferred to the Civil Court, Jaunpur on the instructions of the High Court.

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