Supreme Court summoned, The CBI chief over extrajudicial killings

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 New Delhi: The Supreme Court, summoned CBI top boss for not filling the final report in 7 cases of killing person by governmental authorities without the sanction of any judicial or legal process in Manipur.

The Supreme Court bench of Justice Madan B Lokur and UU Lalit directed Alok Verma to appear before it on June 30 (Monday) at 2 pm and explain the reasons behind the delay.

The north-east state of the country has been disturbed for the last seven decades and had seen large number of encounter scores of alleged terrorists have been killed.

The encounters followed by several allegation of fake encounter the CBI was entrusted with investigating extra-judicial killings in which Army, Assam Rifles and Manipur police personnel were involved.

SC in its last hearing had ordered the agency to file chargesheet in seven of the 98 cases in Manipur that were found to be cases of extrajudicial killing. However, not a single charge sheet has been filed till date with the CBI seeking more time.

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