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Updated On 21-03-2020 16:53:17 ISTUpdated On 21-03-20202020-03-19T09:12:14.579Z19-03-2020 2020-03-19T09:12:11.440Z - 2020-03-21T11:23:17.441Z - 21-03-2020
The Jagan Mohan Reddy Government in Andhra Pradesh has withdrawn cases against all those involved in attacks on Reliance outlets and during the agitation for Kapu Reservations.
The Government has withdrawn prosecution against the accused in 51 cases registered in connection with the Kapu Reservation Agitation in Tuni, East Godavari district. The Jagan administration has also withdrawn prosecution against the accused in cases registered at Ananthapur III Town Police Station registered in connection with an ''emotional outburst'' on Reliance establishments at Ananthapur.
The DGP is requested to instruct the Senior Assistant Public Prosecutors and Assistant Public Prosecutors concerned for withdrawal of the said cases.
One wonders if governments can withdraw cases against miscreants who indulged in violence at their will and for ''emotional outburst", what is the law and entire judicial system for?
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