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TP murder: SIT to expedite charge-sheet filing

Published: 17th July 2012 10:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th July 2012 10:43 AM   |  A+A-

A review meeting of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the T P Chandrasekharan murder case held here on Monday decided to speed up the process of filing the charge-sheet so that the accused could not get bail.

  AIG Anoop John Kuruvilla, who was leading the probe in the absence of SIT chief ADGP-crimes Vinson M Paul, briefed the progress of the investigation and the evidences against those who were arrested in connection with the case.

  Kuruvila is entering long leave from Tuesday till August 12. His leave, to attend a short-term programme at the Stanford University of US, was sanctioned the other day.  Meanwhile, Vinson M Paul, who was on long leave, resumed duty on Monday. The SIT decided that it would file the charge-sheet against all those who were already arrested in the case by August 15, which is about 90 days from the first arrest in the case, it is learnt.

The meeting also observed that there was little scope for unearthing further conspiracy in the case. It is also learnt that the government would transfer the case to the CBI in order to avoid any criticisms in the investigation at a later stage.

 Besides  Kuruvila, three DySPs of the team also took part in the meeting.



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