New Delhi: A delegation of MP’s from the opposition parties has been led to Rashtrapati Bhavan by the Congress President Rahul Gandhi. The delegation demanded the Supreme Court-monitored investigation into the 2014 death of CBI special Judge BH Loya.
According to the news reported in Hindustan Times, a memorandum has been signed by MP’s 114 MP’s from 15 parties which include DMK, SP, Congress, AAP, RJD, Muslim league, AIUDF, CPI, CPM and others.
Rahul Gandhi, after meeting the President told the reporters that “Many MPs feel suspicious and uneasy. They also want the matter to be probed by an independent SIT (special investigation team) but not by the CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) or NIA (National Investigation Agency).”
Rahul Gandhi further said that “There have been two other suspicious deaths, naming two other individuals whose deaths, the Congress has alleged, are connected to the Judge Loya case.”
The memorandum submitted to the President read that “To uphold the majesty of law, we request you to intervene in the matter. What is required is a thorough investigation through a team of independent officers selected and monitored by the Supreme Court.” Also, the memorandum read that “Such a procedure will ensure the credibility of the institution in the eyes of the public. We sincerely hope you will use your good offices to serve the cause of justice.”