Accused given clean chit in Vicky Tyagi murder case

Tyagi, a gangster, was gunned down by a shooter during a court hearing in another case here in February in 2015.
 

Published: 22nd February 2017 11:24 PM  |   Last Updated: 22nd February 2017 11:24 PM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

MUZAFFARNAGAR: The CB-CID, which is probing the Vicky Tyagi murder case, has given clean chit to one of the 11 accused citing lack of evidence against him.
    
The investigation agency today filed a report under section 169 of the CrPC saying that there is no evidence against Brijbir Singh in connection with the case.
    
Tyagi, a gangster, was gunned down by a shooter during a court hearing in another case here in February in 2015.
    
An alleged shooter Sagar was arrested from the spot while Brijbir was nabbed the next day.
    
Police had registered a case against 11 people, including four police officials.
    
The Uttar Pradesh government had handed the investigation into the murder case from local police to CB-CID in November last year. 

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