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No one comes forward in Chadrashekhar Yadav custodial death

Thursday, January 12, 2017
By Zuber Ansari

The Suburban collector and District Magistrate recently issued a public notice with regards to the waiter Chandrashekhar Rampal Yadav's custodial death case. They asked the public if anyone wants to file their written say or an affidavit in the case, they should submit their statements in person before the sub-divisional magistrate 'Western Suburbs'.

After the alleged custodial death of accused Chadrashekhar Yadav, the Crime Branch began the investigation and suburban district directed the undersigned to look into the police custodial death on October 21, 2016.

It has been three months now and yet no one has come forward to file an affidavit in this regard. After his dead body was found hanging inside the toilet at the Bandra lock-up, the Crime Branch Unit IX began an investigation and it was assumed that the waiter allegedly committed suicide.

At the time, the primary medical examination report reflected external injury marks indicative of torture (allegedly by the Vakola police.)

Chandrashekar, was a waiter who routinely stole credit and debit cards of customers at restaurants where he worked. He robbed huge amounts before he was finally caught by the Dahisar Police and later handed over to the Gaondevi Police station. Later, he was taken into custody for interrogation at the Vakola Police station. The accused was later shifted to Bandra Police Station on October 19, where he remained in police custody. He was booked by Vakola police for robbing debit card of one the customer from Swagat Beer Bar in Vakola.

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