Delhi Police on Monday filed a cost sheet towards Olympic medallist wrestler Sushil Kumar as the primary accused and 12 others in reference to the alleged homicide of a former junior nationwide wrestling champion at Chhatrasal Stadium.
The remaining report naming Sushil Kumar as the primary accused has been filed earlier than Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Satvir Singh Lamba by the Crime Branch.
The decide will announce the date for listening to of the case on the level of taking cognisance of the 1,000-page cost sheet on Tuesday.
The cost sheet names 13 accused, together with Sushil Kumar. A complete of 15 accused have been arrested within the case and 5 are on the run.
Sushil Kumar and his associates had allegedly assaulted 23-year-old wrestler Sagar Dhankar and two of his mates Sonu and Amit Kumar on the intervening evening of May 4 and 5. Sagar succumbed to the accidents later.
Police had earlier referred to as Sushil Kumar the primary wrongdoer and mastermind of the homicide and mentioned that there’s digital proof whereby he and his associates could possibly be seen beating Sagar Dhankar with sticks.
Sushil Kumar, dealing with expenses of homicide, culpable murder, prison conspiracy amongst others offences, is at the moment lodged in Tihar Jail.
Delhi Police had filed an FIR within the case below sections 302 (homicide), 307 (try and homicide), 308 (cupable murder), 364 ( kidnapping), 365 (kidnapping), 325 (inflicting grevious damage), 323 (voluntarily casuing damage), 341 (wrongful restraint), 342 (wrongful confinement) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
It has additionally been registered below 452 (home trespass), 188 (Disobedience to order by public servant), 269 (negligent act prone to unfold an infection of illness), 120-B (prison conspiracy) and 34 (widespread intention), 147 (rioting), 148 (illegal meeting) of the IPC.
It additionally consists of sections 506 (prison intimidation), 392 (theft), 394 (voluntarily inflicting damage in committing theft), 397 (dacoity), 411 (dishonestly receiving stolen property) and 506 (prison intimidation) of the IPC and numerous sections below the Arms Act.
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