Rabindranath’s ‘Kadambari proved that he died not dead’, a similar complication was seen in a murder case of the Supreme Court of India. The ‘dead’ teenager himself appeared in the hearing of the 11-year-old teenager’s murder case. He shouted, ‘I am alive, sir.’ At the same time, he claimed that the father filed a false case to implicate his uncle and grandmother.
The judges were surprised by the statement of the teenager. They adjourned the verdict for the time being. A two-judge bench of the apex court issued a notice to the Uttar Pradesh government, the state superintendent of police and local police station officials to investigate the incident. What exactly is the back story?
The teenager is a resident of Pilvit in Yogiraj. His lawyer Kuldeep Jouhari revealed the poison. He said that the 11-year-old boy has been raised in various homes since February 2013, a few days after his birth. The mother of the teenager left her husband’s house after brutally torturing her to demand dowry. Even in that year, the woman fell ill and died after being beaten by the accused husband.
Due to this, the juvenile’s father filed a case against the son-in-law. The accused person filed a case claiming the rights of the other son. The accused person filed a case against the father-in-law and others for murdering his son in the heated situation of that case. However, standing in a packed court on Saturday, the teenager said that the father had filed a false complaint against them to frame others including his uncle and grandfather. A murder case has been filed against him. where he lives After that, the judges adjourned the verdict. The court said that no action will be taken against the accused until further orders.