Not just this case. There are numerous instances where Govt. officials have used their influence and brought trumped up charges on individuals. Be it the police or any other department.
The Courts go by evidence and in most cases the individual gets the relief sought but there is no action against the officers involved.
Like any other developed or developing country, India should also amend its law where the onus of proving guilt should lie with the Dept. and not the other way around. Today the officers simply file a charge sheet or demand and the accused has to prove his innocence.
A change in this process will ensure accountability and transparency.
it could b true ,as delhi police chief was under pressure due to nirbhya case, he was to retire in months so he was in need to get media attention diverted . he had said that he has solid evidences against some csk players but there name never come up . what happened to voice samples taken of players who were in contact with bookies ? only neeraj kumar can tell . he actually should step down from bcci post