Unnao rape-kidnapping case: The Tis Hazari court of Delhi convicted MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar in Unnao rape and kidnapping case. The court convicted the expelled BJP MLA for rape, kidnapping and criminal conspiracy.
- Kuldeep Singh Sengar convicted in Tna Hazari court of Delhi in Unnao rape and kidnapping case
- BJP expelled MLA convicted by court of rape, criminal conspiracy
- Court reprimanded CBI for delay of one year in filing charge sheet
- Sengar became MLA for the fourth time from Bangarmau assembly seat, BJP expelled in August 2019
Kuldeep Singh Sengar, a BJP MLA who was expelled from the BJP in the New Delhi Unnao rape case, was convicted in the rape case. The Tis Hazari court of Delhi gave its verdict today against Kuldeep Sengar. The court also reprimanded the CBI for the delay in filing the chargesheet, blaming MLA Sengar in the 2017 kidnapping and rape case. The woman accused Shashi Singh was acquitted by the court. Punishment will be announced on 19th.
The court said in its order that Sanger’s sentence will be announced tomorrow i.e. on Tuesday. In Unnao case, the court gave a decision on one case, but the decision on 4 other cases is yet to come. The court considered the mobile location of MLA Sengar as important evidence. In its judgment, the court said that there is evidence that the victim was taken by Shashi Singh to the convicted MLA. Sanger was convicted under section 376, section 5 (c) and poxo act of IPC.
‘Sanger was a powerful man’
The court said, “Sanger was a powerful person, the victim was not a girl from the metropolitan educated area but a village girl, which led to the delay in filing the case.” After he wrote a letter to the Chief Minister, several cases were registered against his family members. Dalat expressed surprise at the delay in filing the charge sheet in the case by the CBI, saying that it had led to prolonged hearing against Sanger.
In 2017, a minor was raped – Unnao rape-kidnapping case
by a rapist after he was kidnapped by a rapist in 2017. The girl was a minor at that time. The court has also framed charges against co-accused Shashi Singh. Sengar, who became the fourth time MLA from Uttar Pradesh’s Bangarmau assembly seat, was expelled from the BJP in August 2019 after the case. The court had on August 9 framed charges against the MLA and Singh under sections related to criminal conspiracy, kidnapping, rape and poxo law.
hearing in closed room, murderous attack on victim
In a closed-door hearing, District Judge Dharmesh Sharma had already announced a decision in this matter on December 16. The victim’s car was hit by a truck on July 28, in which she was seriously injured. Two of the girl’s relatives were killed in the accident and her family had alleged a conspiracy in it. The Supreme Court on August 1 transferred all the five cases registered in the Unnao rape case from the Lucknow court in Uttar Pradesh to the Delhi court. The Supreme Court had directed that the hearing be held on a daily basis.
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