Batla Home Encounter Case Verdict: A Delhi courtroom on Monday awarded demise penaltly to Ariz Khan who has been convicted within the 2008 Balta Home encounter case for the homicide of police inspector Mohan Chand Sharma and different offences.
Whereas saying quantum of sentence, the courtroom termed the case as “rarest of uncommon case”.
The courtroom, had on March 8, convicted Khan within the case, noting that he murdered encounter specialist and Police Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma. Whereas saying the decision, Extra Classes Decide Sandeep Yadav had stated that Ariz, alongside together with his associates, deliberately and voluntarily brought about the homicide of Inspector M.C. Sharma by a gunshot.
As per the claims made by Police, Ariz is allegedly related to the phobia outfit Indian Mujahideen. He was, the Police stated, current at Batla Home, together with 4 others and managed to provide police a slip through the encounter.
Ariz was arrested in February 2018, a decade after allegedly being on the run after the encounter at L-18 in Batla Home.
As per report, Ariz has been convicted underneath part 186 (Obstructing public servant in discharge of public features), 333 (voluntarily causes grievous harm), 353 (Assault or felony drive to discourage public servant), 302 (homicide).
He has additionally been held responsible underneath 307 (try to homicide), 174(a) (Non-appearance in response to a proclamation) 34 (felony intention) of the Indian Penal Code and 27 (utilizing any prohibited weapons) of the Arms Act.
On September 19, 2008, the Particular Cell of Delhi Police carried out a lethal encounter in Jamia Nagar’s Batla Home in New Delhi, the place two suspected Indian Mujahideen militant had been killed and sadly a Police Inspector misplaced his life.