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Oct 25, 2019
9:52PM

SC restrains Chhattisgarh govt from interception of telephones of top police officer

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The Supreme Court on Friday restrained the Chhattisgarh Government from interception of telephones of its top police officer Mukesh Gupta and his family and granted him protection from arrest in the cases lodged against him. The top court told the State Government that its earlier interim orders of stay on further investigation in two FIRs lodged against Gupta, will continue till further orders.

On 9th of February this year, two IPS officers from Chhattisgarh, including Special DGP Mukesh Gupta, were suspended after the Economic Offences Wing of the police registered an FIR against them for alleged criminal conspiracy and illegal phone tapping during the Civil Supplies Corporation scam probe in 2015.


The case was lodged on the basis of the investigation carried by a Special Investigation Team (SIT), constituted by the Congress Government, to probe the alleged multi-crore civil supply scam unearthed during the previous BJP Government.


Gupta and Singh were booked under sections 193 (false evidence), 201 (causing disappearance of evidence of offence, or giving false information to screen offender), 466 (forgery), 471 (Using as genuine a forged), 120B (criminal conspiracy) and other relevant sections of IPC and under provisions of Indian Telegraph Act. 

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