Gangster Vicky Tyagi murder case: CB-CID files charge sheet against four more persons

The agency has given clean chit to seven accused, including DySp Anuj Kumar, police inspector Sachin Malik and constable Vikas Kumar, said SP (CB-CID) Arvind Sain.

Published: 16th July 2018 03:32 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th July 2018 03:32 PM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

MUZAFFARNAGAR: The CB-CID today charge-sheeted four more persons for their alleged role in shooting down gangster Vicky Tyagi in a crowded courtroom here in 2015.

The agency has given clean chit to seven accused, including DySp Anuj Kumar, police inspector Sachin Malik and constable Vikas Kumar, said SP (CB-CID) Arvind Sain.

The CB-CID today filed a charge sheet against Sorabh Malik, Vikas, Shahnazer and Pintu Malik in a local court.

The agency has already charge-sheeted the main accused Sagar Malik, his associate Brijbir Singh, Saeed Mulla and Ranjanvir Singh in the case.

Vicky Tyagi, a history-sheeter of Charthawal police station, was shot dead by Sagar Malik at a courtroom here on February 16, 2015.

Malik entered the courtroom masquerading as a lawyer and shot dead Tyagi.

Following the incident, Malik was arrested from the spot Brijbir, was nabbed the next day.

Police had registered a case against 11 people, including four police officials.

The Uttar Pradesh government had handed over the probe to CB-CID.

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