Court rejects plea of narco test on Vanzara, Dinesh M N

The plea by CID to conduct a narco analysis test on two suspended IPS officers, arrested in connection with Tulsi Prajapati encounter case, was rejected by a local court here today.

Palanpur: The plea by CID to conduct a narco
analysis test on two suspended IPS officers, arrested in
connection with Tulsi Prajapati encounter case, was rejected
by a local court here today.

CID had sought permission to conduct narco analysis test
on the suspended IPS officer D G Vanzara and Dinesh M N,
saying that they were not cooperating with the police in
investigation.

The plea was rejected by Chief Judicial Magistrate of
Danta S S Joshi.

"On Monday last Deputy Superintendent of Police(DSP) R
K Patel had demanded a narco test of the duo," police
sources said.

"The duo were produced in local Danta court today after
their two days police remand ended. They are being taken back
to Palanpur jail from where they will be shifted to the
Sabarmati jail," DSP CID crime R K Patel said.

According to defense counsel Rohit Verma, the request
for conducting narco test cannot be granted without the
consent of the person concerned. In this case the accused have
declined to undergo the test.

Vanzara, is an IPS officer of Gujarat cadre while Dinesh
M N of Rajasthan cadre. Both were arrested by the state CID in
Prajapati encounter case on July 7 form Sabarmati jail where
they have been lodged for last two years as they are also
accused in the Soharabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case.

PTI

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