UP agent 'missed' for 5 months and found life in Tihar

MEERUT/BIJNOR: It Took Five Months To Realize That One Of The Agents Who Was Missing After A Month-long Leave In November Last Year, Was In Fact A Convict In The Infamous Service For A Life Sentence. , A 55-year-old Police Officer Posted On Bijnor ' S Badhapur Police Station, Was Finally Ended Last Friday After A Departmental Investigation.

On November 15, When Singh Left A Month's Leave, His Colleagues In Bijnor Had Asked Him To Come Back With Sweets From His Hometown In Shamli.

No One Seemed To Know That Singh, A Former Staff Member, Was Convicted By The Delhi Supreme Court On October 31, 2018, Along With 15 Others From The Death Of 42 Muslim Men In The Hashimpura Area On The Night Of May 22, 1987 And Sentenced A Prison For The Rest Of Their Natural Life. The Men Were Shot And Thrown Into An Irrigation Canal In Meerut.

Reversal Of A Test Bench ' While The 19 PAC Jawans Were Acquitted (three Of Them Died During The 31-year Trial), The HC Directed The Convicts To Surrender On Or Before November 22, 2018, Which Was Exactly One Week Before Singh Went On Leave. .

In His Verdict, A Bank Of Justices S Muralidhar And Vinod Goel Said That The Hashimpura Massacre Was A Case Of" Targeted Killings Of Persons Belonging To A Minority Community."

Three And A Half Month After Constable Singh Failed To Join, The Bijnor Police Suspended Him On Duty Of Duty On April 1, 2019, Totally Unaware Of His Conviction.

A Departmental Investigation Has Been Set Up To Explore His Whereabouts.

Bijnor Chief Inspector Of Police (nationwide) Vishwajeet Srivastava Said," Constable Kanwar Pal Singh Was Placed Here At The Police Station Of Badhapur. Singh, A Resident Of The Kirori Village Shamli, Went Off For A Month Last November 15th. When He Failure To Return After His Leave Ended, The SP At The Time Had Suspended Him Due To Duty Of Duty, An Investigation With A Circular Officer At Head Has Been Established To Know Where He Is. "

The Investigation Report Revealed That He Was Booked Together With 15 Others During His Duty In 1987, 42 People Were Killed. Awarded Lifelong Detention By The High Court Of Delhi, Singh Surrendered To A Judge In Court And Is Currently Filed In The SP (nationally) Said.

Srivastava Said:" After Receiving The Investigation Report, Sanjeev Tyagi Chief Inspector Terminated Him Last Week."

According To Those Who Were Involved In The Trial, Successive State Governments To Protect The PAC Personnel Withheld Crucial Evidence From Courts. A General Diary, With The Names Of All Jawans That Were Going For Riots, Prior To The Hashimpura Massacre In 1987, The Court Later Helped To Identify The Suspect.