In the case of a murder of a woman in Liswaltta village of Jongoli area of Rudraprayag district, Additional District and Sessions Judge Bharat Bhushan Pandey’s court sentenced two people who were convicted and sentenced to two to three years of rigorous imprisonment for 3 years. On behalf of the government, the District Government Advocate, Faujdari Sudarshan Singh Chaudhary, lobbied in charge of the case.
According to the incident, on the night of April 4, 2017, Sarojini Devi, the widow of Liswalta of Jakholi tehsil, was murdered at that time when she was alone at home. The son of the deceased Vijay Singh filed a case report in the Patwari area, Bangar. Due to this matter being extremely serious, the revenue police handed it over to the regular police promptly. After the matter came up in Kotwali Rudraprayag, investigation and investigation started intensely. Police managed to reach them on the basis of mobile call details. The police filed charge sheet against Mukesh and Sonu in the court on the charge of murder, while the charges against Section 42, and the Rajesh Rastogi against the Jewelers, Avadhesh Shah, and Rajesh Rastogi, were transmitted to the court. Additional District and Sessions Judge Bharat Bhushan Pandey convicted the four accused after hearing both sides arguments.
For the first time in Rudraprayag district, anyone was sentenced to death. Although in 21 years of forming Rudraprayag district, there have been many decisions of lifelong jurisdiction, the death sentence is for the first time. Here Additional District and Sessions Judge, in this case, described this crime in the rare rare category. In the Rudraprayag district, two women were allegedly brutally assassinated. Mukesh Thapliyal was found guilty in both these incidents. Mukesh is already serving life imprisonment in one case while his former history has a criminal history.