HC acquits man sentenced to life imprisonment

Karn Mishra, Gwalior. The Gwalior Bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court has given a major verdict in the kidnapping case of engineering student Gaurav Gupta. Ajmer Baghel, who was serving life sentence in jail for 10 years and 6 months, has been acquitted. On August 12, 2009, student Gaurav was kidnapped. After which, on 8 October 2014, the Special Judge had sentenced Ajmer and 7 other accused to life imprisonment.

In fact, the High Court has given a big relief to Ajmer Baghel, who is serving life sentence in the case of kidnapping of engineering college student in broad daylight. The Division Bench of Justice Rohit Arya and Justice Satyendra Kumar Singh allowed the appeal pending since 2015.

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Giving information, the counsel for the accused said that on August 12, 2009, complainant Vinod Kumar Gupta had lodged a missing report at Murar police station. His son Gaurav Gupta was an engineering student at NITM. Who had disappeared in front of KRG College. According to the family members, a call was received the next day, in which the accused had asked to bring one crore rupees near Pawarkheda station.

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At the same time, during the hearing, the court did not find evidence against Ajmer. Due to which the Gwalior Bench of the High Court gave a decision to acquit Ajmer Baghel, who is serving the sentence. Ajmer Singh Baghel was in jail for 10 years and 6 months.

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