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High Court orders Superintendent of Police to re investigate Vakapalli gang rape case
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High Court orders Superintendent of Police to re investigate Vakapalli gang rape case

Accepts arguments of petitioner

Hyderabad, September 24, 2007

A Division Bench of the AP High Court on Monday directed the SP of Visakhapatnam to re-investigate the allegations of the gang rape of Tribals by the Grey Hounds personnel at Vakapalli in the district.

Dealing with a writ petition filed by Shankar Naik representing the AP Girijan Samakhaya, the Chief Justice GS Singhvi and Justice CV Nagarjuna Reddy heard and gave the directions to the Superintend of Police.

The bench, while accepting the arguments of the petitioner, ordered case reinvestigation to reveal the truth.

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