A Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court on Friday convicted 17 policemen in connection with the Ranbeer Singh encounter case of 2009, reports said.

According to reports, the court will pronounce the quantum of punishment on Monday.

Among the cops who have been convicted, seven have been held guilty of murder and the rest for related offences.

The policemen were arrested in wake of evidence that 22-year-old Singh, an MBA student from Ghaziabad, was allegedly gunned down by Uttarakhand police after being caught at Mohini Road where he and his companions were allegedly trying to commit some crime on July 3, 2009.

Singh’s father Ravindra Singh had alleged that his son had gone to Dehradun in search of a job where he was arrested by the police on July 3 on pretext of being involved in some robbery.

He had alleged that on the same day, 29 bullets were pumped into his body and the incident was camouflaged as an encounter.

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