In journalist J dey Murder case, the court has convicted Chhota Rajan. Two of the 11 accused have been acquitted. Where 9 is considered guilty. Makoka court acquits Jigna Vora and Paulson. The special MCOCA court of Mumbai has pronounced this verdict in Mumbai’s journalist Jyotirmay Dey murder case. Additional Session Court Judge Sameer Adkar has ruled on this. Before being convicted in the J Dey murder case, Delhi’s Patiala House Court had sentenced seven years in jail to underworld don Chhota Rajan, in the fake passport case including three officers of the passport office. In addition, a fine of Rs. 15000 was also imposed on four convicts. This was the first case after Chaudhary Rajan was brought against India accused in over 70 cases, on which the court sentenced him.
The underworld don Chhota Rajan was the main accused in the J. Dey murder case. Apart from this, 10 others people, including a woman journalist named Jigna Vohra, are also accused in this case. Chaudhary Rajan, the main accused in this massacre, is currently lodged in Tihar Jail. The last hearing in the case of journalist J. Dey murder started by the special court of the Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act (MCOCA) in February this year, which ended in April. The investigation of this case was first started by the police, which was later handed over to the crime branch. 56-year-old J. Dey was shot dead in Powai on June 11, 2011.
What is J. Dey Murder Case:
Jyotirmay Dey works investigative and crime reporting for an English newspaper in Mumbai. On June 11, 2011, the underworld shooters killed him in Powai area of Mumbai. J Dey had 5 bullets in her chest. At the time of the incident, J. Dey was going somewhere from his bike. He was rushed to the hospital in critical condition, where doctors declared him dead. The Mumbai Police started investigating this matter and arrested two shooters.
Chhota Rajan felt that J Dey used to write against him, and likes to glorify the most wanted underworld don, Dawood Ibrahim. Rajan also suspected that he was helping the D company to kill Journalist J Dey, because J Dey was called to meet in London and the Philippines. J Dey was writing books on the underworld issues. ‘Zero Dial’ is their self-written book. Jade was writing a book on Chhota Rajan too. He met many people for research on Chhota Rajan, including Chhota Rajan’s enemy D. Company.