Twelve years after being falsely accused of murdering two police officials in Meerut, Amit Chaudhary from Uttar Pradesh took control of his destiny, fighting his own case to dispel the wrongful allegations. Despite being framed as a member of the notorious Kali group, Chaudhary was in Shamli with his sister at the time of the crime. Accused alongside 16 others, he faced severe punishment under the Indian Penal Code and the National Security Agency. After experiencing life in prison, where he resisted recruitment attempts by gangsters, Chaudhary was released on bail in 2013.
Driven to clear his name and rebuild his life, Chaudhary pursued legal studies, completing BA, LLB, LLM, and passing the Bar Council Exam. Taking charge of his case as a lawyer, he astutely represented himself in court. The recent decision acquitted Chaudhary and 12 others, with the court stating that the prosecution failed to prove the criminal conspiracy beyond a reasonable doubt. Despite losing crucial years of his life to this legal ordeal, Chaudhary expressed gratitude for the opportunity to fight for the wrongly accused and now aspires to pursue a PhD in criminal justice.