Seven acquitted in Chhota Rajan aide shootout case

A special MCOCA court on Monday acquitted seven persons arrested for allegedly shooting dead a murder accused and close aide of gangster Chhota Rajan outside the Sewri sessions court in 2006.

Mumbai: A special MCOCA court on Monday
acquitted seven persons arrested for allegedly shooting dead a
murder accused and close aide of gangster Chhota Rajan outside
the Sewri sessions court in 2006.

The seven accused - T B Raja, Khilani Singh, Ganesh
Ambore, Subu Devendra, Meenakshi Thakur, Naresh Singh Thakur
and Imran Qureshi - were acquitted due to lack of evidence and
the prosecution`s failure to prove the case.

The case dates back to June 29, 2006 when four persons in
a car shot at the victim Krishna Devendra, who had come to
court for a hearing in a case of murder registered against
him.

According to the prosecution, the murder was ordered by
Raja who had a dispute with the victim related to a cable
business.

The prosecution examined 35 witnesses against the accused
but there was not a single eye witness.

Special MCOCA Judge R G Awachat, while acquitting the
seven, observed that the prosecution has failed to provide
evidence against them.

PTI

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