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Judge Loya did not stay at Ravi Bhavan on day of his death: Patole

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Nagpur | Saturday, Jan 13 2018 IST
Giving a new twist to the raging controversy over the mysterious death of Special CBI Judge BH Loya, former MP and Congress leader Nana Patole on Saturday came out with a startling revelation.Mr Patole said the day Justice Loya died, he was not staying at Ravi Bhavan at all and to justify his claim, he gave reference of the Visitors' Register of Ravi Bhavan.According to the police and government record, Justice Loya died on the morning of December 1, 2014. The former MP did not produce any entry record of this date as a proof, but claimed that there was no entry in the Visitors' Register regarding stay of Judge Loya in Ravi Bhavan. Mr Patole showed some pages of the Visitors' Register to the media, during his press conference, held in the city, here. On the other hand, there is entry of BJP President Amit Shah's stay in the month of March.Taking a serious note of the matter, the former MP sought an impartial investigation of the case.''The allegations levelled by the late Judge's sister and father are serious and must be clarified," Mr Patole said and added that the Judge, who was ''hearing a very serious matter, was not provided adequate security."Moreover, he was taken to the hospital in an auto-rickshaw. Even though the death has been termed as natural, there is vast difference between the post-mortem report and the preliminary investigation report of police.The statement of the Judge's son, who is just 14-year-old, cannot be relied upon to justify the cause of death as natural. A sitting Judge should not give a public statement. Justices Shukre and Gavai, who were with Justice Loya during the night of December 1, 2014, had given a statement, Mr Patole noted. Judge Loya's death was natural or a murder must be revealed, he demanded.Referring to the latest move, the former MP said for the first time in the nation's history, the judges of Supreme Court held conference and raised questions over the events in the Supreme Court, which left them with no choice, but to address the nation. The Judges said that the administration of the nation's top court was not in order, he said and added that it shows how pressurised the judiciary was, in the present scenario.UNI PK NP RJ 2300

-- (UNI) -- C-1-DL0169-1208568.Xml

 
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