I am Vikas Yadav. You know me well thanks to the MEDIA. So much has been written and told about me in the past years without any mercy. All you have known about me has been told to you by the media through its various forms, such as print as well as electronic sources. I have been made an scapegoat. The media had to put responsibility on somebody, and I was chosen very kindly. They felt free to say that because someone was thin, they were anorexic which is ridiculous. Trying to determine what is going on in the world by reading newspapers is like trying to tell the time by watching the second hand of a clock. You obviously want to know the truth. You deserve to know the truth. Let me tell you what the real truth is if you give me a moment of your time. |
NEW DELHI: Senior Lawyer Ram Jethmalani defending Vishal Yadav, an accused in Nitish Katara murder case, alleged that the victim Nitish was a `short-tempered’ and was in habit of `picking fights’ . He also claimed that Nitish was `alive’ till 1 am on the fateful day as per the technical details culled out from his mobile phone records. The senior lawyer cited evidence of the key witness, Bharat Diwakar, a Nitish’s class-mate in the IMT Ghaziabad. He was also one who was present along-with Nitish in the marriage party of their common friend Shivani Gaur at Ghaziabad on the fateful night. Diwakar had disclosed that in 1999, Nitish has entered into an ugly fight with local people in Ghaziabad and later also with few police officials who had tried to intervene into the matter.Subsequently both were taken to the local police station and were detained. They were only left after their institute principal gave an undertakings on their behalf. In another instance, Nitish also had altercation with a truck driver. Questioning the prosecution theory that the key witness Ajay Katara was the last seen witness in case, Jethmalani argued that since the technical evidence suggest that Nitish was alive till around 1 am and Ajay had claimed to have seen them at around 12.20 am, there is still remain a gap to leave chances of probabilities of `what would have happened’. Advancing the `Theory of Probability’, he argued that even if we accept Ajay’s testimony, Nitish was still alive till 1 am. Moreover, the witness who had last spoken to Nitish on mobile had told police that later stated `I AM At IMT when asked about his whereabouts. This statement, could be reasonably interpreted that the victim had already reached his institute at the IMT, said the senior lawyer.
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