No Ground For Appeal Against Sadhvi Pragya's Acquittal: Prosecution Tells MP Government
A week after the acquittal of Sadhvi Pragya Singh in the Sunil Joshi murder case, the prosecution has written to the Madhya Pradesh government that “there is no ground for appeal.’’ Government pleader Girish Mungi told The Indian Express and I quote: There is no direct or circumstantial evidence. All witnesses have turned hostile. I have informed the government that there is no ground for appeal. Joshi was found dead in the Chuna Khadan locality near his one-room hideout in Dewas, on December 29, 2007, when he was on the run for his alleged role in the double murder of a tribal Congress leader and his son.