J Dey Murder Case: CBI to file auxiliary chargesheet

CBI further auxiliary chargesheet brings another turn to the murder case of J Dey, a senior crime journalist with Mid Day.

The journalist Jigna Vora who was arrested on November 25, 2011 in allegation for criminal conspiracy in the case, is set on eyes of the Crime Branch.

Under the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) and the Indian Penal Code (IPC), CBI is now going to file a supplementary chargesheet against Vora, detailing the role allegedly played in the murder of Mumbai-based journalist J Dey.

Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime Branch) Devendra Bharti informed, “We are likely to file a supplementary chargesheet against Vora tomorrow (Tuesday). We have gathered enough evidence against her to make a case.”

On June 11, 2011, J Dey, a journalist murdered by four bike-borne assailants in Mumbai. Along with Vora, Mumbai Crime Branch had filed a chargesheet against 10 other accused on December 3, 2011 in the special Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) court.

Along with CBI and Police force, all are wants to know about actual criminal who attempted Dey’s murder, the most reason for this is that J Dey’s murder may be connected with Dey’s reporting on the oil mafia.

One amongst 10 accused is Fugutive don Chhota Rajan. His name is also mentioned in the Crime Branch chargesheet, but he along with another accused, Nayan Singh, is still untraced.

Vora is the allegedly one who provided Dey’s mobile number and his exact location to Rajan. And Police claimed that it have enough reasons to support their theory that it was Vora’s professional rivalry with Dey that claimed his life.


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