HC seeks report on CDRs submitted to trial court
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"Categorisation of non-existent documents seems to be strange," Justice Thipsay said. He also questioned how the investigating officer could have directed the officers concerned to take 20 copies of the CDRs if they were destroyed. "The prosecution had said they had made no hard copies of the CDRs," said defence lawyer Yug Chaudhry.
Seeking a clarification on the points raised by the court, it has asked the then chief investigating officer in the case to file an affidavit by December 3.
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