Cops file first chargesheet against Monu Manesar, trial from November 30

  • | Friday | 24th November, 2023

GURGAON: Police have filed a 78-page chargesheet against cow vigilante Mohit Yadav alias Monu Manesar, who was taken into custody in September by a police team probing the July 31 Nuh riots, though this case dates back to February when he was booked under attempt to murder charges in Pataudi.This is the first chargesheet against Monu, who is currently lodged in Bhondsi jail. The 32-year-old is also accused of posting a provocative video after the Nuh riots and is being probed by Rajasthan Police as well for the murders of two men — Nasir and Junaid — whose charred bodies were found in Bhiwani after they were allegedly abducted by cow vigilantes near the Haryana-Rajasthan border in Nuh. According to the chargesheet, a bullet fired by Monu and his group hit a bystander, injuring him, after an argument with another group escalated into a fight in Pataudis Babbarshah mohallah on February 6.That day, a scuffle broke out after Monu was called by his friend Pawan, who claims to be a Bajrang Dal member from Rewari, to teach a lesson to Shoaib and others, the chargesheet says. Pawan told Monu that Shoaib was harassing his brother-in-law Rakesh, according to a neighbours statement cited in the chargesheet.Monu then reached Pataudi with his associates, after which one of them called Shoaib and allegedly said: Tera jija Monu Manesar aaya hua hai. Aa jao. Shoaib and his men arrived at the spot soon after and damaged Monus SUV. In retaliation, Monus group pelted stones, threw glass bottles and fired multiple rounds. It was then that one of the bullets hit 20-year-old Moheen who was passing by. Monu and his associates allegedly fled the spot after collecting an empty shell of bullets.Moheen was rushed to a hospital for treatment, and his father filed the attempt to murder case on February 7.Police have listed 28 witnesses in the case, trial for which will begin at a Pataudi court from November 30. Asked about the case, Monus counsel Kulbhushan Bharadwaj said he will present his clients side before the sessions court. We also published the following articles recentlyHaryana spurious liquor case: Gangster Monu Rana produced in court; Ambala police demolish illegal factoryGangster Shamsher Singh alias Monu Rana, a suspect in the hooch tragedy case that claimed 20 lives in Yamunanagar and Ambala districts of Haryana, was brought from Kurukshetra jail to the district court. Monu Rana was wanted by the police and his name came up during the interrogation of other accused. Three more accused were produced in court, while Monu Rana was given a two-day police remand. The police will question Monu Rana about his involvement in a liquor vend at Phusgarh village where spurious liquor was supplied.Monu Rana gang behind manufacturing of spurious liquor which claimed 20 lives in Haryana29 accused arrested in Ambala and Yamunanagar districts for manufacturing spurious liquor at an illegal factory near Dhanaura village. The Ambala police revealed that Ankit alias Mogli of Ugala village procured 10 drums of ethanol from a factory in Kambopura village in Karnal district. Ambala SP Jashandeep Singh Randhawa shared latest developments on Friday. Specialized crime units were tasked to investigate under a special investigation team (SIT). Main accused Ankit alias Mogli was arrested on November 13 and taken on 6-day remand.Chargesheet against 6 more Maoists in 2021 Chandigarh caseNIA chargesheets 6 more CPI (Maoist) cadres in the case related to the 2021 Naxal attack in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. The attack resulted in the death of 22 security personnel. The chargesheet, filed in the NIA special court, names Manoj Podiyami, Mula Devender Reddy, Vijja Hemla, Kesha Sodi, Mallesh, and Sonu. They have been charged under UAPA, Arms Act, Explosive Substances Act, and the IPC. Earlier, 40 accused were charged in the same case, including 23 named in the original chargesheet and 17 in the supplementary chargesheet. The NIA stated that the attack was carried out by CPI (Maoist) cadres under the direction of top leaders.

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