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ISRO spy case: Framed in Isro case, he died without hearing SC verdict | India News – Times of India

Framed in Isro case, he died without hearing SC verdict

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BENGALURU: The TV screen in K Chandrasekhar’s HebbaL hospital room bore in bright, bold letters news he’d been waiting to hear for two decades. But he didn’t twitch, just lay motionless. Formerly India’s representative to Russian space agency Glavkosmos and one of the seven accused in the 1994

Isro spy case, Chandrasekhar, 76, slipped into a coma on Friday morning, hours before the Supreme Court announced a Rs 50 lakh compensation for Isro scientist Nambi Narayanan, another accused in the spy scandal.

Chandrasekhar, Nambi Narayanan and four others were exonerated by the Supreme Court in the false espionage case in 1998. “We tried to show him TV grabs of the news but he was unconscious and didn’t respond,” a distraught K Vijayamma, Chandrasekhar’s wife and ex-GM at HMT, said, adding, “It was the day he’d been waiting for but when it finally arrived, it was too late.”

On Sunday night, Chandrasekhar passed away and his family would never know if even a strain of the news that he lived to hear ever reached him. The 76-year-old had been in a private hospital for over a month due to prolonged illness. He breathed his last at 8.44pm in Hebbal hospital.

Working as India’s representative to Russian space agency Glavkosmos since 1992, Chandrasekhar spent the last two decades of his life in Vidyaranyapura, north Bengaluru, as a recluse after allegedly being tortured by Kerala police and IB.

What did they (Kerala police and IB sleuths) achieve in framing him? Who will be responsible for the trauma that we faced all these years? They ruined his career and our peace of mind. They attacked our house in Kerala, called him a traitor and harassed us. We want to know why they did it,” asked Vijayamma. The couple has no children. Family members said Chandrasekhar kept away from the limelight and lived a low-key life since the controversy broke out.

“He was shattered after the incident. He always said that time would prove his innocence. We were also confident that he was innocent. But he could not pursue the case since his wife was working in a central government establishment and he was worried it would affect her job as they were dependent on her income,” said a relative.

Sudhish Kumar, a close relative said: “I’ve seen him going abroad being part of various delegations and enjoying a lavish life but everything went for a toss after the spy case broke out. The financial implication was very huge.He was very much limited to the house”. Chandrasekhar was allegedly stripped in front of interrogators, harassed and physically abused when he was in the custody of Kerala police and IB sleuths.

Last Friday, the apex court ruled that the ISRO spy case was false and unnecessary, and granted Narayanan a compensation of Rs 50 lakh. The case first surfaced after scientists Narayanan and D Sasi were arrested in 1994 on charges of handing over India’s indigenous space technology to Pakistan.

In 1996, the CBI submitted to a Kerala court that the case was false, following which all the accused were discharged. Narayanan later alleged that the country’s intelligence officials were working in collusion with the CIA, with Isro being their primary target, and the scandal not only destroyed the careers of the accused scientists but also stalled work on the cryogenic engine development programme meant to power GSLV.
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11 standard girl falsely accuses professor of tying her with ropes & misbehaving !! CCTV footage proves professor innocent 😇 NO punishment to girl !!

Andhra Pradesh: CCTV footage saves innocent lecturer from disgrace

Hyderabad: CCTV cameras not only bring culprits to book but also save innocent people from cases. CCTV footage saved a young lecturer in a private college in Andhra Pradesh’s Anantapur district from disgrace but not before the girl’s relatives publicly thrashed the lecturer.

The unusual episode took place in Kadiri block. A junior intermediate (Plus one) girl did not attend her college last Thursday. As per procedure, the management informed her parents through SMS about her absence.

When she returned home late in the evening, her parents questioned her. She complained that her botany lecturer Ramesh Naik had misbehaved with her by driving her to the outskirts of the town, tying her hands and legs, and later dumping her under a railway bridge. She managed to escape and reach home with the help of locals.

The angry parents and relatives of the girl attacked Ramesh, tied him to a tree and beat him black and blue before taking him to the police station on Monday. In the interrogation, Ramesh pleaded innocence and requested the police to check with his college management if he was present in the college on the day.

“The college management, all his fellow lecturers and students confirmed to us that Ramesh was present in the college all through the day on Thursday. Then, we called for CCTV footage in which he was seen attending classes, sitting in the staff room and spending time in the office room. He did not leave till the college was over in the evening,” Kadiri urban police inspector K Gorantla Madhav told Mirror.

The girl then revealed to the police that she had gone out with a boy.

The police admonished the girl and her parents and set everyone free. But the girl’s father in repentance went to the college on Tuesday morning to apologise to the lecturer. The angry lecturers and students detained him for insulting Ramesh, who had a clean image among all.

“We sent police to the college to set the father free. We pacified both the parties. We are not registering any case in the interest of the girl’s future,” the inspector said.
— Read on bangaloremirror.indiatimes.com/news/india/andhra-pradesh-cctv-footage-saves-innocent-lecturer-from-disgrace/articleshow/65583656.cms

UK based NRI arrested & old parents booked as his wife claimed “..beating for dowry..” 15 years after marriage :-( :-(

Married in 2003, with two kids aged 9 and 5, this NRI couple return to India for holidays. Wife files complaint to get entire in law’s family behind bars just “claiming” she was beaten for dowry , even though they are married for approx 15 years !!!

source : TIMES OF INDIA

NRI & parents held for beating wife over dowry | Rajkot News

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RAJKOT: A non-resident Indian (NRI) man, based in London was arrested on Tuesday after his wife lodged a complaint against him and his parents, accusing them of demanding dowry, as well as of mental and physical harassment.

Police arrested Rakshit Gandhi (40), booked his father Arvind Gandhi and mother Sarla Gandhi at Mahila police station in Rajkot following the complaint lodged by Rakshit’s wife Rushita (39) early this month. According to case details, Rushita and Rakshit had married in 2003 and have two children — a nine-year-old son and a daughter aged five.

Soon after marriage, Rushita left for London to live with Rakshit, who worked in a finance firm there. She too started working in a firm there. Her in-laws, Arvind and Sarla, used to frequently visit the couple in London. Rushita alleged in her complaint that initially her husband and in-laws used to mentally harass her by demanding dowry.
Later, they also started abusing her and even assaulting her physically. She alleged that her husband had even seized her passport so that she could not return to India. Police said that Rushita has also claimed that Rakshit took away her salary and gave her minimum amount for daily expenses. He did not even allow her to speak to her parents over phone. Rushita also mentioned one incident when she was beaten up after Rakshit caught her talking to her parents over phone.

About a month ago, the couple and their children came to Rajkot. Soon after arriving, Rushita left her husband and went to stay with her parents on Yagnik Road on July 28. She later lodged a complaint with the mahila police against her husband and in-laws. She alleged that her in-laws have also usurped the money and jewellery that her parents had given at the time of the marriage.

On hearing about the complaint, Rakshit and her parents threatened to kill her if she did not take back her complaint. Police sub-inspector N S Savaniya, who is investigating the case, said that they have arrested Rakshit and will be arresting the other accused soon.

Don’t rope in relatives in #Fake498a & other #Fake criminal cases! #498a & conspiracy 2 #kidnap kid filed on maternal uncles #quashed

//// 4. A perusal of the charge sheet and the supplementary charge sheet discloses the fact that the Appellants are not the immediate family members of the third Respondent/husband. They are the maternal uncles of the third Respondent. Except the bald statement that they supported the third Respondent who was harassing the second Respondent for dowry and that they conspired with the third Respondent for taking away his child to the U.S.A., nothing else indicating their involvement in the crime was mentioned. The Appellants approached the High Court when the investigation was pending. The charge sheet and the supplementary charge sheet were filed after disposal of the case by the High Court.

..The Courts should be careful in proceeding against the distant relatives in crimes pertaining to matrimonial disputes and dowry deaths. The relatives of the husband should not be roped in on the basis of omnibus allegations unless specific instances of their involvement in the crime are made out. ……////

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION

CRIMINAL APPEAL No.1045 of 2018
(Arising out of SLP (Crl.) No.3286 of 2016)

K. SUBBA RAO & ORS. …. Appellant(s)

Versus

THE STATE OF TELANGANA REP. BY ITS SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF HOME AND ORS. ….Respondent(s)

J U D G M E N T

L. NAGESWARA RAO, J.

Leave granted.

  1. 1. Respondent No.2 submitted a complaint to the Chandanagar Police Station, Cyberabad, District Hyderabad on 20.12.2015 alleging harassment by her husband and his family members including the Appellants who are the maternal uncles of her husband. She also complained of the kidnapping of her son by the husband. On the basis of the said complaint, an FIR was registered under Sections 498 A of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (hereinafter referred to as ‘the IPC’) at Chandanagar Police Station, Cyberabad, District Hyderabad on the same day. The Appellants filed a petition under Section 482 Cr. P.C. for quashing the proceedings in the crime registered pursuant to the complaint of Respondent No.2. The High Court dismissed the said petition by its judgment dated 22.01.2016. The Station House Officer, Chandanagar Police Station, Cyberabad was directed not to arrest the Appellants till the completion of the investigation. Aggrieved by the judgment of the High Court by which the petition under Section 482 Cr. P.C. filed by the Appellants was dismissed, they have filed the present appeal. https://bit.ly/2Mnll7H
  2. 2. A charge sheet was filed on 12.03.2017 under Sections 498A, 120 B, 420, 365 IPC after completion of the investigation in Crime No.477 of 2015, Chandanagar Police Station, Cyberabad. The Appellants are shown as A-4 to A- 6. As per the charge sheet, Respondent Nos.2 and 3 married on 08.12.2008 and were mostly residing in the United States of America. There was a marital discord between them. The allegations against the Appellants are that they were supporting the third Respondent/husband who was physically and mentally torturing the second Respondent. The Appellants also conspired with the third Respondent who kidnapped the child from the custody of the second Respondent and took him away to the U.S.A.
  3. 3. During the course of hearing, we enquired with the learned Counsel for the State of Telengana whether a supplementary charge sheet was being filed against the Appellants. He produced a copy of the supplementary charge sheet dated 20.12.2017.
  4. 4. A perusal of the charge sheet and the supplementary charge sheet discloses the fact that the Appellants are not the immediate family members of the third Respondent/husband. They are the maternal uncles of the third Respondent. Except the bald statement that they supported the third Respondent who was harassing the second Respondent for dowry and that they conspired with the third Respondent for taking away his child to the U.S.A., nothing else indicating their involvement in the crime was mentioned. The Appellants approached the High Court when the investigation was pending. The charge sheet and the supplementary charge sheet were filed after disposal of the case by the High Court. https://bit.ly/2Mnll7H
  5. 5. Criminal proceedings are not normally interdicted by us at the interlocutory stage unless there is an abuse of process of a Court. This Court, at the same time, does not hesitate to interfere to secure the ends of justice. See State of Haryana v. Bhajan Lal 1992 Supp. (1) SCC 335. The Courts should be careful in proceeding against the distant relatives in crimes pertaining to matrimonial disputes and dowry deaths. The relatives of the husband should not be roped in on the basis of omnibus allegations unless specific instances of their involvement in the crime are made out. See Kans Raj v. State of Punjab & Ors. (2000) 5 SCC 207 and Kailash Chandra Agrawal and Anr. v. State of Uttar Pradesh & Ors. (2014) 16 SCC 551.
  6. 6. The counsel for the second Respondent submitted that certain documents belonging to the second Respondent were seized from the Appellants which would show their active involvement in the kidnapping of her child. On an overall consideration of the contents of the charge sheet, supplementary charge sheet and the submissions made on behalf of the Respondent No.2, we are of the opinion that a prima facie case has not been made out against the Appellants for proceeding against them under Sections 498 A, 120 B, 420 and 365 IPC.
  7. 7. For the aforementioned reasons, we quash the proceedings qua the Appellants in Crime No.477 of 2015, dated 20.12.2015 under Sections 498 A, 120 B, 420, 365 IPC registered at Chandanagar Police Station, Cyberabad before the Court of IX, Metropolitan Magistrate, Kukatpally at Miyapur, Cyberabad, Commissionerate.
  8. 8. The appeal is accordingly allowed.

……………………………….J. [S.A. BOBDE]

……………………………….J. [L. NAGESWARA RAO]

New Delhi,
August 21, 2018.

Ex #Army colonel who fought for #India & won in #Pakistan war arrested & #Jailed in #fake #molestation & #SCST case :-( :-(

Noida: ADM booked, 2 held for thrashing ex-soldier | Noida News

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NOIDA: Two persons were arrested on Sunday on charges of assaulting and attempting to murder a retired army officer a few days ago in a park in Sector 29 here in a case in which an additional district magistrate (ADM), his wife and son are among those booked, police said.

They have been booked under the Indian Penal Code sections for attempt to murder, criminal intimidation, criminal trespass and rioting in the case registered at the Sector 20 police station, officials said.

One of the ADM’s gunner Rahul Nagar (28) and his household help Jitendra Awasthi (26) have been arrested, a police official said.

“All necessary permissions were taken before arresting the government-appointed gunner of the ADM accused in the case,” the official said.

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thanks to ex servicemen taking a march, this poor colonel was saved !!

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The 76-year-old retired Colonel, Virendra Pratap Singh Chauhan, was arrested on August 14 on charges of molestation levelled by the ADM’s wife on the day following a spat between the two sides over alleged illegal construction by the ADM’s family.

The ADM’s family lives on the third floor of a building, in which he lives on the ground floor, Chauhan, who served in the elite 1 Parachute Regiment (Special Forces), said.

“The ADM was getting some construction done to convert his car garage, near my house, into a guest house. It was illegal and not permitted by the Noida Authority. I had raised objection against it because it was also obstructing the passage, sunlight and air flow into my house,” he said in the complaint, adding that had irked the family.

He claimed that the ADM has previously served in the Noida Authority and used his influence to get his complaint overlooked.

“On the morning of August 14, I was sitting in the park waiting for my taxi to go to railway station from where he would go to Agra when the family arrived, they were accompanied by the ADM’s gunners also. His wife started hurling abuses at me and soon all the men started punching me on the chest and kicked me.

“The woman soon called up the emergency police who arrived at the spot and arrested me on false charges of molestation made by her and under the ADM’s pressure,” Chauhan alleged in the complaint.

He was also booked on charges under section 3 (1) of the Scheduled Castes and Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act for hurling caste-based abuses on the woman, according to the police.

On Saturday, the footage of the closed-circuit television camera installed in the park emerged in which it was purportedly seen that Chauhan was being assaulted by the seven.

District magistrate Brajesh Narayan Singh took note of the video and instructed the police to file an FIR against the ADM and others involved in the matter.

Senior superintendent of police (SSP) Ajay Pal Sharma said, “We have booked seven persons including the ADM for attempt to murder and other relevant sections of assault. One person (a household help) has been arrested and we are currently interrogating him.”

The SSP also ordered immediate suspension of a sub-inspector of Sector 29 police post, holding him responsible for misbehaviour by policemen and lax in probe.

Sector 20 police station’s house officer Manoj Pant said Nagar was suspended following a departmental inquiry, which was initiated after the emergence of the CCTV footage that showed his involvement in the case.”

“Nagar and Awasthi were in the process of being sent to judicial custody,” Pant said.

Several Army veterans and the family of Chauhan had taken out a protest march in sector 29 last evening demanding the immediate release of the retired colonel from jail and arrest of the accused ADM.

“We want strict action against the ADM and other accused,” said Indu Chauhan, wife of the retired colonel.

 

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https://timesofindia.indiatimes.co  m/city/noida/ noida-adm-booked- 2-held-for-thrashing-ex-soldier/articleshow/65461253.cms