Delhi Police files status report opposing the bail of Sushil Kumar in Delhi High Court

While opposing the bail of Sushil Kumar, accused in Delhi's Chhatrasal Stadium murder case , the Delhi Police has filed a status report in the Delhi High Court.

The Delhi Police in the status report alleged that Sushil is the Kingpin in the murder of the Sagar Dhankad murder case.

According to the report Sushil status is high profile. That's why he can influence the witnesses. At the same time, the police have also expressed the risk of danger for the witnesses.

The police have also said that Sushil is a “globetrotter”. If he is given bail, he may be absconding. The police also said that in this case the supplementary charge sheet is yet to be filed against one accused.

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Delhi police also informed the High Court that  charge sheet  U / s 302 / 307 / 308 / 364 / 365 / 325 / 323 / 342 / 452 / 392 / 394 / 397 / 269 / 188 / 147 / 148 / 149 / 506 / 109 / 201 / 120B / 34 IPC and 25 / 27  / Arms Act along with one supplementary Charge Sheet , has already been filed in the  case and the matter is fixed for 25.04.2022 , before the  Trial Court , for arguments on Charge , therefore, Sushil Kumar should not be bailed.

Kumar has moved the High Court through Advocate Pradeep Rana seeking bail in the matter. On the instructions of the court, the police filed a status report of five pages through ACP Arvind Kumar.

First of all, the entire event related to the case was placed in front of the court. It is alleged that the deceased Sagar Dhankar was killed with a lot of ruthlessness. Other injured were also  severely  injured.

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Sagar Dhankar, a wrestler, and two others, Bhagat Singh and Jaibhagwan, were allegedly abducted and beaten by Kumar and his accomplices inside the Chhatrasal Stadium on the night of May 4, 2021. Dhankad succumbed to injuries, while the other two survived the assault. Sushil  Kumar was arrested on May 23, 2021, on charges of murder and is currently in judicial custody.