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Fake encounter: Gujarat Anti-Terror Squad policemen sent to judicial custody

A magistrates court sent three Gujarat Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) policemen to judicial custody on Monday for their involvement in the November 26, 2005 killing of Sohrabuddin Sheikh in a fake encounter.

Ahmedabad, May 21 : A magistrate's court sent three Gujarat Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) policemen to judicial custody on Monday for their involvement in the November 26, 2005 killing of Sohrabuddin Sheikh in a fake encounter.

Inspector N H Dabhi and constables Ajay Parmar and Santram Sharma were produced by the state Criminal Investigation Department (Crime) which is probing the case.

The investigating agency is also probing the role of these policemen in the murder of Sohrabuddin's wife, Kausar Bi, who is believed to have been killed and burnt by the police.

So far, six persons have been arrested, including suspended IPS officer and former head of ATS, D G Vanzara, his former deputy Rajkumar Pandian and Rajasthan cadre IPS officer M N Dinesh Kumar.

The three IPS officers were arrested on April 24.

Meanwhile, the prosecution's application seeking to conduct narco-analysis test on the three arrested ATS officials is expected to come up for hearing on May 25. Vanzara and the two IPS officers are presently lodged in the Sabarmati Central jail.

ANI

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