Chhatrasal Stadium murder case: Sushil Kumar given separate jail cell for security reasons
Indian wrestler Sushil Kumar remains the prime accused in the Chhatrasal Stadium murder case that led to the death of a junior wrestler. He has currently been sent to judicial custody, where he has been kept in a separate cell under strict observation.
Sushil Kumar seemingly sees no respite in the sight as he is still the prime accused in the Chhatrasal Stadium murder case. Having been sent to judicial custody by the Delhi court, the crime branch and Delhi Police are gaining new information every day, as the investigation of the same continues.
Meanwhile, the Olympian has been kept in a separate cell in Delhi's Mandoli jail owing to security reasons. According to ANI, he has been held in cell number 15 and no one is allowed to meet him, while he has also been kept under strict observation. The report adds that he is being given the food as per the jail manual while performing his daily exercises inside the cell.
In the meantime, the Delhi High Court has given austere orders to protect a witness connected to the case. Justice Suresh K Kait asked the Delhi government to apply for the same from June 2, under the Witness Protection Scheme 2018, reports PTI.
The high court has stated that the competent authority would decide within a week from when the application is filed, while Delhi Police would be protecting the witness until then. Earlier, the court had scrapped a protection plea from the witness, along with his lawyers, Ajay Kumar Pipaniya and Pallavi Pipaniya, saying that he too was beaten up by Sushil during the incident at the stadium.
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