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Uphaar tragedy: AVUT seeks rejection of Gopal Ansal's plea

Family members of the 1997 Uphaar cinema tragedy victims today met Delhi's Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and requested him to recommend rejection of the plea filed by real estate baron Gopal Ansal..
DNA

Gopal Ansal's mercy plea nothing but a sham Neelam Krishnamurthy

After the Delhi Government rejected the mercy petition of Gopal Ansal, who is an accused in the Uphaar tragedy case; founder of Association of Victim, Neelam Krishnamurthy, on Tuesday stated that his..
DNA Also reported by •newKerala.comANI News

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News video: Neelam Krishnmurthi spoke on sentenced to 1 year to Gopal Ansal on Uphaar fire case

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Victim and petitioner Neelam Krishnmurthi spoke on sentenced to 1 year to Gopal Ansal on Uphaar fire case...
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News video: SC's judgment proves rich can walk away even after killing children: Uphaar tragedy's convenor

SC's judgment proves rich can walk away even after killing children: Uphaar tragedy's convenor 01:26

New Delhi, Feb 09 (ANI): After the Supreme Court ordered one year jail imprisonment to Gopal Ansal in connection to the Uphaar tragedy, convenor of the case, Neelam Krishnamoorthy, termed the judgment..
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Gopal-Ansal-mercy-petition-rejected @ 6/20/2017 11:44:16 PM

The Delhi Government on Tuesday rejected the mercy petition of Gopal Ansal, who is the accused in Uphaar tragedy case.
DNA

Uphaar tragedy case: Delhi Govt. rejects mercy petition of Gopal Ansal


newKerala.com Also reported by •Zee NewsANI News

Uphaar fire tragedy: Delhi govt recommends rejection of Gopal Ansal&#039;s mercy petition

 The Delhi Government on Tuesday rejected the mercy petition of Gopal Ansal, who is the accused in Uphaar tragedy case.
Zee News

Uphaar case: Delhi govt for rejection of Ansal's mercy plea

The Delhi government today recommended rejection of the mercy petition of Gopal Ansal, who has been asked by the Supreme Court to serve the remainder of his one-year jail term in the Uphaar fire..
DNA

Do not consider Gopal Ansal's mercy plea: AVUT to Kejriwal

Family members of Uphaar cinema tragedy victims today urged Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal not to consider the convict Gopal Ansal's mercy plea which has been forwarded to the Delhi government and the..
DNA

Uphaar tragedy: MHA examining Ansal's mercy plea

The Home Ministry is examining a mercy petition of realty baron Gopal Ansal, convicted in the Uphaar fire tragedy case, and has sought opinion of the ministries concerned before conveying its decision..
IndiaTimes

Uphaar tragedy: Accused who threatened AVUT chief apologises

Two persons accused of threatening the chairperson of Association of Victims of Uphaar Tragedy (AVUT) in 2007 today tendered an "unconditional apology" to her before a Delhi court. Chief..
Deccan Herald

Uphaar fire:HC upholds tampering charge against Ansals, others

The Delhi High Court today upheld a trial court order framing charges of tampering of evidence against real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal in a case relating to the 1997 Uphaar fire tragedy.
DNA Also reported by •All India RadioANI NewsDeccan Herald

AVUT president alleges abuse, threats by Gopal Ansal's aides


newKerala.com Also reported by •ANI NewsDNA

Gopal Ansal surrenders before jail

In a last-ditch effort to garner another extension, senior counsel Ram Jethmalani, representing Ansal, approached the Supreme Court on Monday morning - the day of his surrender, seeking a stay
DNA

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