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Three acquitted, two convicted in Jammu murders case

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  3 Feb 2015 12:00 AM GMT

Jammu, February 2: A court on Monday acquitted three main accused and convicted two others in the infamous Chopra family murders case. Principal District and Sessions Judge (Jammu) R.K. Jain acquitted three accused, including gar Singh alias go, former Jammu and Kashmir legislator Trilochan Singh Wazir and his brother Ajaib Singh. Two other accused in the case were found to be involved in the murder and the court will pronounce sentence against them on February 5. A local businessman, Rajinder Bhushan Chopra, his wife Madhu, daughter Saloni, their driver Jagan th and servant Sonu were found murdered on September 18, 2006, at the residence of the Chopra family in Sector 3 of Trikuta gar residential area in Jammu city. Police arrested all the accused following a public outcry in Jammu over the murders. The prosecution charged the five accused with murdering the family, alleging business rivalry between the two families. (IANS)

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