Accused in Vineet Bagaria suicide case surrenders in Dibrugarh

Accused in Vineet Bagaria suicide case surrenders in Dibrugarh

DIBRUGARH: After absconding for over three weeks, Sanjay Sharma, one of many essential accused concerned within the animal rights activist Vineet Bagaria suicide case surrendered earlier than the chief judicial Justice of the Peace court docket in Dibrugarh on Monday. Two different accused Baidullah Khan and Nishant Sharma had already been arrested by the police. After his give up in court docket on Monday, Sharma was despatched to judicial custody by the chief judicial Justice of the Peace.

On July 7, 32-year-old Vineet Bagaria, who was the co-founder of Animal Welfare Individuals hung himself to loss of life at his Dibrugarh residence. Earlier than hanging himself he shot a video the place he alleged that three people of the city – Baidullah Khan, Sanjay Sharma and Nishant Sharma had been bodily and mentally torturing him for a very long time compelling him to take the drastic step.

Later, on the idea of an FIR filed by his father Kailash Bagaria, a chartered accountant, the police arrested Baidullah Khan and Nishant Sharma from the Lumding police station in Hojai district on July 8 whereas they had been making an attempt to flee the state. The Bagaria household later alleged that the Dibrugarh police did not take any step in opposition to the culprits and even refused to file an FIR after they approached them for assist.

The incident that triggered widespread outrage throughout the State prompted Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma to go to the residence of the deceased animal rights activist the place he apologised for the incident terming it a failure of the police to take motion in opposition to the accused. The officer in control of Dibrugarh police station was transferred after the CM’s go to. The residence of Baidullah Khan, one of many accused was additionally demolished by the district authorities just a few days in the past.

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