The Punjab and Haryana High Court has summoned a reply from the Haryana government on the delay in granting permission to run the case against the four accused policemen in the Prince murder case. Filing the petition, Prince’s father said that a conductor was implicated in the murder of his son by four police officers. In this case, the CBI has presented a challan in the CBI court against the then ACP Biram Singh, the then in-charge of Bhondsi police station, Narendra Khatana, Sub Inspector Shamsher Singh and ASI Subhash Chandra.

According to the CBI investigation, the four had tampered with the facts, yet the Haryana government is not giving permission to prosecute these police officers. The case dates back to September 2017, when Prince was murdered with his throat slit in a well-known school in Gurugram. In this case, earlier the police had made the conductor an accused while investigating, but when the investigation reached the CBI, it came to light that the conductor was innocent and the murder was committed by a student, Bholu.

Earlier, the police had sent bus conductor Ashok to jail. After the CBI gave a clean chit to the conductor, questions were raised on the role of the police officers and permission was sought from the Haryana government to prosecute them, which has not been given yet.

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