Was CBI court judge in Sohrabuddin encounter case, where Shah is accused, murdered?

Investigative story by The Caravan bring out shocking details

The trial, would have put Amit Shah on stand for encounter killing of Sohrabuddin Sheikh and Kauser Bi

The family of Brijgopal Harkishan Loya, the late CBI court judge who had taken over the Sohrabuddin fake encounter case, has come out with shocking revelations and questions.

Loya’s relatives have questioned the circumstances surrounding the judge’s sudden death and post mortem conducted without their permission, hinting at foul play.

It’s been three years since the sudden demise of Loya, the CBI special court judge in Mumbai, who had taken over the Sohrabuddin fake encounter case in which BJP president Amit Shah was accused.

His family has alleged in The Caravan article that the circumstances of his death were murky, though they claim that they were told at the time not to make their concerns public.

They mention many details that have given them cause for suspicion, from the time of death to the condition of Loya’s body to the fact that his mobile phone was returned to them two days later by a worker from the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.

The Caravan has even posted videos of the family making charges of corruption against a senior member of the judiciary.

According to The Caravan, the family asked for an inquiry commission to investigate Loya’s death, but nothing came of this.

The trial, if it took place would have put then Gujarat Home Minister Amit Shah and several top Gujarat police officers on the stand for the encounter killing of Sohrabuddin Sheikh and his wife Kauser Bi.

Judge who took over the case after Loya’s death, discharged BJP president Amit Shah without a trial and the CBI has yet to appeal that order.

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