Revison of Charges in the Geeta Singhal Death case
To:The Hon\'ble President of India, The Hon\'ble Chief Justice of India The Hon\'ble Lt. Governer, NCT. Of Delhi The Hon\'ble Chief Justice of Delhi High Court The discharge of the accused Rajneesh Singhal, Trilok Chand Singhal, Munish Singhal and Nirmala Singhal u/s- 306, IPC. Is undoubtedly a shocking incident. The family of the deceased did not left no stone unturned to secure justice for Geeta but they were not only aggrieved but unfortunately pitched against the clever, resourceful, crafty and influential accused family who were able to curry favour with the police in all possible ways. Repeated Judicial Intervention for securing justice to the aggrieved family did not prove useful. Unfortunate history did not end there but the experience Sh. Mahesh Kumar, the brother of the deceased, had on the judicial side is more pathetic which has even snatched all hopes to get justice. The primary investigating agency committed serious lapses in the investigations to tilt the same in favour of the accused, which has also come in record in the orders of the learned Metropolitan Magistrate while ordering Fresh Investigations. There is a plethora of circumstantial evidence and mysterious circumstances under which the death of the deceased took place, which prima facie is sufficient to charge the accused u/s 306 of the IPC. The magnitude of embarrassment is very high in this case both for the system and for the society. This has become a crucial challenge for the society, and we stand with the family of the deceased to secure justice for her We therefore hope that the Justice will not kneel before the irresponsible, unjustified, biased and unfair actions of the investigating agency which acted to manipulate the investigations in favour of the Influential and crafty accused family. Hence , with all respects and utmost humility we request you sir to explore all possibilities in the present case to restore confidence of the people of this country in the judicial system and secure justice to the family of the deceased.