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Three gets life imprisonment for murder of Dalit in Uttar Pradesh
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Three gets life imprisonment for murder of Dalit in Uttar Pradesh

| @indiablooms | 18 Mar 2024, 09:00 pm

Three persons, including a father-son duo, were sentenced to life imprisonment along with a penalty of Rs 90,000 each by a special court here on Monday for murder of a Dalit youth, public prosecutors said here.

Public Prosecutors Mahendra Kumar Dwivedi and Vimal Kumar Singh said that on July 11, 2002 Bhalua was shot dead in front of his house in Devrar village under Marka police station over land dispute.

"A case was lodged against Surajbali, his Lambri alias Shiv Mangal Yadav and their accomplice Satyadev Yadav in this regard," they said.

Prosecution counsels said that after investigation the police filed a charge sheet against the accused in the court.

"Based on the evidence available on record the SC-ST court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Anu Saxena held the accused guilty and sentenced them to life imprisonment," they said.

(With UNI inputs)

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