Dec 23, 2022
Almost a week after American digital forensics firm âArsenal Consulting* revealed in a detailed report that tribal rights activist Father Stanislaus Lourdes Swamy*s computer was tampered with and âevidence* was planted on it, human rights activists, lawyers and academicians vowed to secure justice for the late Ranchi-based priest and those accused of terror links in Bhima-Koregaon case.
Addressing a press conference at the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh in Mumbai on Thursday, the participants called for the release of the remaining co-accused in the Bhima Koregaon conspiracy case, along with an independent impartial investigation into the tampering of electronic devices and fabrication of evidence of all those accused in the case.
Mihir Desai, the lawyer of Father Swamy and a human rights activist said that either the agency (NIA) is not carrying out the investigation into the tampering and fabrication of evidence in late Father Stan Swamy*s computer or the investigation reveals things that they don*t want to disclose. “The only conclusion I come to is that they may be trying to suppress the probe.” Read more
“The only conclusion I come to is that they may be trying to suppress the probe.” – Advocate Mihir Desai