Chief Minister Hemant Soren had decided to hand over to the CBI the investigation into the hit-and-run case of the judge who died after being hit by a heavy autorickshaw during his morning jog.
Ranchi: The Jharkhand High Court on Tuesday ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to launch an investigation into the death case of Dhanbad District Judgee Uttam Anand at the earliest.
The court of the Chief Justice, Dr. Ravi Ranjan, and Judge Sujit Narayan Prasad, gave this address after the response of the CBI lawyer during the hearing of the case.
Chief Minister of State, Hemant Soren on Saturday he decided to turn over to the CBI the investigation into the hit-and-run case of the 49-year-old judge who died after being hit by a heavy autorickshaw while jogging in the morning on July 28 in Dhanbad.
The central investigative agency informed the court that it received the letter from the state government in this regard on Monday.
The CBI may issue a notice for the investigation on Wednesday.
To this, the court said that after the notice is issued, the agency must immediately register an FIR.
The court also ordered the government to hand over all documents in the case to the IWC.
CCTV footage showed that the judge was jogging along the side of a fairly wide road in Randhir Verma Chowk early on July 28 when a heavy auto-rickshaw swerved towards him, struck him from behind and fled the scene.
Previously, the progress report of the investigation of the case was presented to the Superior Court by the Special Investigation Team (SIT).
Taking note of a letter presented to the court by the Chief District Judge of Dhanbad in the case, Chief Justice Ravi Ranjan converted it into a petition for a warrant and ordered the formation of an SIT headed by the Director General. additional police officer Sanjay Latkar to investigate the matter.
The bank, unhappy with the progress report, questioned why there was a delay in registering an FIR in the case.
The incident occurred at 5.08 a.m., and the FIR checked in at 12:45 p.m. when it was clear from CCTV footage that the judge was picked up from the scene and taken to a hospital, the court said.
“Do the police register an FIR just on the basis of a statement? Don’t the police register an FIR on their own? Why did it take the police six hours to register the FIR?” I ask.
The court said there is fear among judicial officials after the incident and ordered that the security of the courts, including the high court, and judicial officials be strengthened.
On July 30, the Supreme Court learned suo motu of the “sad death” of Dhanbad judge Uttam Anand in the gruesome incident.
“We order the Chief Secretary and General Director of Police (DGP) of Jharkhand to submit a report within a week on the status of the investigation into the sad disappearance of the district judge and additional sessions Uttam Anand, said a bank headed by the president of the Supreme Court, NV Ramana.
Jharkhand HC Chief Justice Ravi Ranjan said on July 29: “If at any point it seems to the court that the investigation is not going in the right direction, then the case will be turned over to the IWC.”
"खाना विशेषज्ञ। जोम्बी प्रेमी। अति कफी अधिवक्ता। बियर ट्रेलब्लाजर। अप्रिय यात्रा फ्यान।"