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Updated: January 18, 2010 13:03 IST

Hearing on Rathore’s bail plea adjourned

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Former Haryana DGP S.P.S. Rathore, coming out from district court in Chandigarh on Wednesday.
PTI Former Haryana DGP S.P.S. Rathore, coming out from district court in Chandigarh on Wednesday.

Hearing on anticipatory bail petitions of former Haryana DGP S.P.S. Rathore and his plea for quashing of the charge of abetment to suicide in the molestation case has been adjourned till next Monday by the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

Justice Sabina adjourned the hearing on the three cases, including two anticipatory bail petitions in fresh FIRs levelling serious criminal charges against Rathore, after the former IPS officer’s lawyer-wife Abha pointed out that she had not been given copies of the two complaints filed by the victim’s father and brother.

Anmol Rattan Sidhu, counsel for the CBI, which has been handed over the probe into the fresh cases, sought four weeks’ time to reply to Rathore’s petition seeking quashing of the third FIR against him registered on the complaint of the victim’s brother under section 306 IPC (abetment to suicide).

Justice Sabina directed the CBI counsel to file the reply on January 25 when the petitions would be taken up.

Ms. Abha told the court that though a 30-member CBI team was conducting the investigation, so far they have not been able to bring out anything against Rathore on record. “Whatever they have, they should put it before the court,” she pleaded.

On January 12, the High Court, while giving no relief to Rathore, had posted for Monday arguments on the petitions of the former IPS officer while asking CBI, which is probing the case, to give its response to the cases.

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