Police filed final report in 2008, without any leads in the case
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On November 29, a division bench had asked the state government to file all records before it by December 17, while hearing the petition filed by Rakesh Srivastava 'Nyayik', a social activist from Varanasi. The petition, filed in 2011, had sought to know the progress of investigations into at least five terror-related incidents that had occurred in Varanasi between 2005 and 2010.
Meanwhile, the petitioner, through his counsel Ashish Kumar Gupta, has filed a supplementary affidavit in which it has been stated that the investigation in the Dashashwamedha Ghat blast of 2005 should not have been closed.
"We have submitted documents which show that the police could have investigated the case further. Also, the final report, which was accepted in 2010, was only based on a 'no-objection' given by the first informant in the case," said Gupta.
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