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The BJP leadership decided to expel Sengar MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengawho a prime accused in the Unnao rape case.

an urgent consultation held by BJP top brass in Delhi on Wednesday night with BJP leaders from Uttar Pradesh Swatantra Dev Singh and Sunil Bansal led to Sengar’s expulsion. Party realises a suspension is not enough.

A day after Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi took cognisance of the letter sent by the Unnao rape survivor, the Supreme Court of India has transferred all cases related to the Unnao incident out of Uttar Pradesh. Additionally, the court also demanded presence of a “responsible officer of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)” in the court.

The CBI officer is required to appear before the Court at 12 pm today (Thursday). The officer will have to inform the apex court of the details of the rape case as well as the accident case of 29 July, which is also being investigated by the CBI. In case the investigation details are such that they cannot be divulged in open court, then the CBI officer will be heard in chambers, Gogoi clarified.

Solicitor General informed the Supreme Court bench led by the CJI that the CBI investigating officers are out of town for the probe into the Unnao case. He asked for an extension till Thursday evening, but Gogoi refused to adjourned the hearing. Gogoi said gather instructions over the phone. “CBI director can do so.”

the Supreme Court has clearly said that all cases related to the Unnav rape case  including the rape allegations, the survivor’s father’s imprisonment and death, the very recent truck accident which claimed the lives of two aunts of the girl (and any other related cases filed in the state),  be transferred to Delhi.

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