Atiq Ashraf murder case: The hearing in the murder case of famous people of Uttar Pradesh Atiq Ahmed and Ashraf was postponed again on Wednesday. The next hearing will be held on November 3. Let us tell you that after the Umesh Pal murder case, on the evening of 15th April, Atiq and his brother Ashraf were shot dead in police custody at Calvin Hospital.

Jagran correspondent, Prayagraj. The hearing scheduled for Wednesday in the murder case of Atiq Ahmed and Ashraf has once again been postponed. The hearing could not be held due to the absence of the lawyers of the three accused who appeared through video conferencing from Pratapgarh jail.

The court has fixed November 3 as the next hearing date. After the Umesh Pal murder case, Atiq and his brother Ashraf were shot dead in police custody at Calvin Hospital on the evening of 15 April. After the firing, the three gunmen threw away their pistols and surrendered.

The three arrested accused, Sunny Singh of Hamirpur district, Lovelesh Tiwari of Banda district and Arun Moriya of Kansganj district, were detained in Old Tapgarh district jail. After investigating against these accused, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) had filed the charge sheet in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate on July 13. After receiving the charge sheet, Chief Judicial Magistrate Dinesh Kumar Gautam ordered to transfer the case to the sessions court.

District government’s criminal defense lawyer Gulab Chandra Agrahari said the charges of murder have been charged under sections 302, 307, 302, 120B, 419, 420, 467, 468 of the International Criminal Court and under the Seventh Penal Code Amendment Act. Accused Arun, Lovelesh and Sunny Singh have been admitted in the court. It has been sent. Under these conditions charges will be filed against the defendant on a specified date. Even a day earlier, the lawyers of the three murder defendants were not present. On Wednesday, the appointed day, the murder defendant appeared in court via video conference, but his lawyer was absent. In view of this situation, the court fixed the date of hearing as November 3.