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2017 21:49 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See" said chief executive Akbar Al-Baker. including the suspension of all flights to and from Doha and an airspace ban on Qatar Airways. the organisers have confirmed to PTI that they would be going ahead with their plan. Organisers have been constantly advised to go to alternate site, by ? We will only talk to the centre, Tamang added According to a senior officialthe state government has given a clear message that there will not be an approach from its side to open a dialogue with the GJM For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLucknow | Published: October 23 2013 2:53 am Related News The Uttar Pradesh government has denied prosecution sanction against IPS officer J Ravinder Goud who is Lucknows Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) at present in a case of killing of a youth in an alleged fake encounter in Bareilly in June 2007 The CBIwhich is investigating the casehad sent a letter to the state government seeking its sanction for filing the chargesheet in December last year CBI chief information officer Dharini Mishra confirmed that the UP government has refused to give sanction to prosecute Goud According to CBI sourcesthe state governmentin its reply to the agency last weekhas not given a specific reason for the denial The government has stated that Gouds action was part of his official duty A UP cadre IPS of 2005 batchGoud was assistant superintendent of police (ASP) posted in Bareilly when the alleged fake encounter had taken place The CBI had also sought prosecution sanction against nine other policemen including four sub-inspectors (S-Is) and five constables but the government has yet to send a reply in this regard The policemen including Goud are facing charges of culpable homicide not amounting to murder and conspiracy A CBI official confirmed that after denial of sanction against Goudthey have now written to UP Chief Secretary seeking the status of the requisition about prosecution sanction against other policemen The Allahabad High Court had in February 2010 ordered a CBI investigation into the killing of a 26-year-old youth Mukul Gupta on a petition filed by victims father Brijendra Kumar Gupta Mukul was Guptas younger son and worked in a private firm According to the CBI investigationthe police team had shot Mukul suspecting him to be a member of a gang of robbers while the police reportwhich claimed that the police had fired in self-defencewas found incorrect The incident dates back to July 302007 when the Bareilly police was tipped off that some people had planned to commit a bank robbery and they would pass through Fatehganj area on a Tata Sumo As per police reportwhen the police team intercepted the Tata Sumothe men in the vehicle fired at them In a retaliatory firingMukul was killed His associates Vicky Sharmathe driverand Pankaj were caught A fourth manhowevermanaged to escape He was later identified as Prem Shankar The police lodged a case of attempt to murder against PankajMukul and others on a complaint filed by Goud at the Fatehganj police station in Bareilly The police had also claimed to have recovered three countrymade pistols and a revolver from the vehicle MeanwhileMukuls family approached the police and the administration to get an FIR lodged against the policemen alleging it to be a fake encounter When they got no responseGupta moved the court of Bareilly chief judicial magistrate (CJM)but his plea was rejected He then moved the Allahabad High Courtwhich directed the CJM to issue an order for lodging of an FIR On the direction of Bareilly CJMthe policeon September 112008registered a case against 11 policemenincluding then ASP Goudand started investigation LaterGupta came to know that the police were preparing to file a closure report in the court in the case Gupta approached the High Court again on November 122008 and on May 152009the High Court directed the police not to submit any report in the court till further order On February 262010the court ordered a CBI probe into the case On June 17the CBI registered a case and began the investigation The victims fathera retired government officersaid they have no information that the government has denied to give prosecution sanction against the IPS officer I had filed a petition in the Allahabad High Court stating that state government was not giving prosecution sanction The matter is still pending?

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