New turn in case of ‘Contract killing of minister Arya
Sendhwa: The case of allegedly giving ‘supari of two lakhs (contract killing)’ for murder of minister Antar Singh Arya by Tantra-kriya, took a new turn, when the main accused Dilip Ramchandra made serious allegations in the court against the police. He alleged that, police thrashed him very hard and caused fractures in his limbs and such brutal thrashing was done in presence of the BJP district president S Veeraswami.
In connection of the case, police presented the accused Dilip in the court on Wednesday. Where, the court saw the signs of injuries on his head and other body parts and ordered for his medical examination. Dilip asserted in the court that, police have brutally thrashed him under the pressure from the minister Arya. After the medical examination, court relieved him on bail.
Dilip alleged that, after his arrest the BJP district president Veeraswami arrived at the PS and the labour minister Arya also phoned at the PS and forced police to take my heavy remand. Therefore, police hanged me upside down and brutally thrashed me. Because of which, I had a fracture in left hand and several injuries on the body. He added that, the TI Kulwant Joshi had attacked with stick on my head and it began to bleed.
When our correspondent asked the TI Joshi regarding the allegations of Dilip, he outright rejected the allegations and said that, this is all political conspiracy. The BJP district president Veeraswami also denied the allegations and said that, the person who can give ‘supari’ for killing a minister can do anything and can say anything.
However, the question remained unanswered, “when the accused was under police custody for one day, then how the signs of serious injuries came on his body?” When the accused was examined at the government hospital, doctors found no fracture in hid body. But, when he was checked up at a private hospital, fractures were found in his left hand and in one toe. It appears that, the allegations against police have weight and the police worked under the political influence.