Vanzara was released on bail in the Sohrabuddin fake encounter case by the Bombay high court on Thursday. He will, however, remain in jail for charges in other cases, including the killing of student Ishrat Jahan.
Rubabuddin has on Friday shot a letter to the CBI SP (Mumbai) Sandeep Tamgadge—key investigator in the three fake killings—to file an application in the court for cancellation of his bail application.
"Investigations on fake encounter killing cases of Kauserbi and Tulsiram Prajapati are still pending. Vanzara can influence the probe," Rubabuddin told TOI on phone from his native Jharania village of Madhya Pradesh.
"Last month BJP president Amit Shah got exemption from personal appearance in the court in two alleged fake encounter cases and now Vanzara has got bail. This can only demoralise a complainant," he said adding, "I would move Supreme Court for cancellation of Vanzara's bail if required.
Vanzara, an accused in the fake encounter killing case was been in jail for seven years, had made several attempts to secure a bail for himself. He was arrested on April 24, 2007, along with two other IPS officers Rajkumar Pandian and Dinesh MN, by then investigator Rajnish Rai for killing Sohrabuddin Sheikh and his wife Kauserbi in November 2005.
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