Sidhu’s relatives to approach CJI, Union Justice Minister


Family members of national level shooter and lawyer Sukhmanpreet Singh aka Sippy Sidhu, who was killed in 2015, demanded on Thursday that the Acting Chief Justice of the High Court of Himachal Pradesh, Justice Sabina be relieved of her duties because her daughter had been arrested. for murder.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Wednesday arrested a woman identified as Kalyani Singh in connection with the murder of Sippy Sidhu. Sippy was murdered in a public park in Sector Three of Chandigarh on the night of September 20, 2015.

Sippy’s family have alleged Kalyani Singh’s role in the murder since day one, with Deepinder repeatedly claiming it was Kalyani who called his son to the Sector 27 park prior to his murder.

Sippy Sidhu’s family said they will soon meet with the Chief Justice of India (CJI) and the Union Justice Minister to make their request as they fear Justice Sabina may interfere in the investigations .

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Interacting with reporters at her Mohali Phase 3 residence, Sippy Sidhu’s mother, Deepinder Kaur Sidhu, said the government must step in and relieve the Chief Justice of Himachal in the interests of a free and fair investigation.

Deepinder said the family had been waiting for the arrest of the accused for a long time and all they wanted now was for the culprits to be brought to justice.

“I lost my son, but now the truth is in front of the people. However, we still fear pressure from the judge. I call on the government to relieve her (Chief Justice Sabina) of all her responsibilities so may the culprit receive the punishment she deserves,” she added.

Sippy’s younger brother, Jippy Sidhu, said they would soon meet the CJI and the Union Justice Minister and raise the issue with them.

If summoned, Kalyani’s mother will appear before the CBI, the lawyer said. He said if summoned, Kalyani’s mother, Judge Sabina, would also appear before the agency. The CBI will need to obtain permission from India’s Chief Justice in order for Judge Sabina to be questioned in the case.

“Our priority right now is getting bail for Kalyani, which is our next step,” Narula said.


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