Solanki case: ‘CDR,location reporttampered with’

  • | Friday | 8th December, 2023

Kanpur: In an arson case registered against Samajwadi Party MLA Irfan Solanki, his brother Rizwan Solanki and others, the defence counsel on Thursday claimed that the call detail report (CDR) and location report submitted by respective companies were tampered and they should be granted time to file detailed objections.The case is being tried in MP/MLA court, Kanpur, additional session judge XI, Kanpur Nagar.In compliance with the MP/MLA courts order, the mobile service provider companies had submitted the call detail report and location reports of the accused. Presiding judge Satyendra Narayan Triparhi had directed the service provider companies to produce the call detail report and location report of the accused. The court had earlier dismissed the defence application to summon CDR and location report. But on direction of Allahabad High Court, the court heard the case once again and directed the companies to produce the CDR and Location report.The defence counsel after witnessing the CDR and location report claimed that both were tampered with and thus to file detailed objections they should be given time.According to Bhaskar Mishra, additional district government counsel, the prosecution opposed the application and urged that the defense was not interested in disposing of its application and thats why he was seeking time to file an objection. The presiding judge granted three days time to the defence to file their objections and fixed December 11, 2023, as the next date for hearing.The court allowed another plea of defence to provide copies of CDR and Location report to the accused.We also published the following articles recentlyDisproportionate assets cases: Lokayukta raids at 70 locationsLokayukta sleuths carried out searches against 13 government officers at over 70 locations in Karnataka in connection with disproportionate assets cases. Cash, jewellery, incriminating documents, plush houses, and high-end vehicles have been seized. The raids are happening against 13 officials, with three of them posted in Bengaluru.ASI granted extension of 10 more days to file Gyanvapi survey reportDistrict judge grants 10 more days to Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to finalize Gyanvapi mosque survey report and submit to court by December 11. ASI requested extension, but court expects timely submission. ASI explains delays in report finalization, including data analysis, interpretation of images, and correlation of different types of data. ASI working hard to compile comprehensive survey report covering all aspects of the study. Defendants, including Gyanvapi mosque management committee, raise objections to repeated extensions.UK deploys surveillance flights to locate Hamas hostagesThe UK will conduct unarmed surveillance flights over the Middle East to search for Hamas hostage locations. The flights will help gather intelligence on potential hostage whereabouts. The Ministry of Defense stated that the safety of British nationals is their utmost priority. The planes will have Shadow R1s, which the Royal Air Force uses to gather information, and the information regarding hostage rescue will be passed to the relevant authorities. The US is also conducting unarmed UAV flights over Gaza to support Israeli partner in their hostage recovery efforts.

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