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SC seeks chargesheets of Palghar lynching case, asks Maharashtra about status of enquiry on cops

IndiaTimes Thursday, 6 August 2020
The top court said, "It has further been stated that a departmental enquiry against the police personnel was ordered and show-cause notices have been issued. Let details of the enquiry, including the action taken against the police personnel as well as enquiry report, are also brought on the record."
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