Ishrat Jahan Case: Delhi Police Files FIR Against Missing Files

Five documents, including two affidavits are missing.

25/09/2016 1:28 PM IST | Updated 25/09/2016 1:49 PM IST
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NEW DELHI -- An FIR has been filed against the missing files pertaining to the Ishrat Jahan case.

The FIR has been filed by Under Secretary, Government of India, in the Sansad Marg Police Station here.

According to reports, the Delhi Police has initiated a probe into the case of missing documents pertaining to the sensational Ishrat Jahan encounter that took place in 2004.

Earlier in March this year, a team of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had found that around five different documents, including two affidavits, were missing.

Earlier, it was decided that the probe will be handed over to the CBI but later the MHA directed theDelhi Police to probe the matter.

Ishrat Jahan was killed in an alleged fake encounter in Gujarat in 2004.

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