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BANGALORE: The prosecution on Thursday charged Flying Officer Anjali Gupta with illegally changing her name and signature during the course of the general court martial proceedings.
Wg. Cdr. R.K. Dubey, prosecutor, made this statement when he was replying to a plea made to the court martial jury by Mohan Kumar, flying officer's advocate.
Before continuing the cross examination of Group Captain R. Jaikumar, Mr. Kumar filed a plea seeking 26 documents. These documents include files kept in the IAF Headquarters, Training Command and the Institute of Aerospace Medicine.
In his objections, Wg. Cdr. Dubey referred to the change in the way Mr. Kumar signed.
He told the court that there is a change in the way Mr. Kumar signed the plea on Thursday and the way he signed an acknowledgement given on Wednesday.
He then said: "Ms. Gupta has illegally changed her name and signature during the course of the proceedings. She has changed her name from `Anjali' to `Anjalli' and accordingly the signature also."
Replying to Wg. Cdr. Dubey's observation, Mr. Kumar said that his signature on Wednesday was a short one and the one on Thursday was his full name. Ms. Gupta did not speak anything about her signature.
The jury posted the matter to Friday for passing an order on Mr. Kumar's plea.
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