Accused in Bhayu Maharaj suicide case plead for hearing in other court
Accused in Bhayu Maharaj suicide case plead for hearing in other court

Indore: A hearing was held on Tuesday in the case of Bhayu Maharaj suicide in session court. An application was submitted from the accused in this case. It was told that the accused is not confident in the court in which the case is currently being heard. From there the accused is not expected to get justice. For which orders should be given to hear the case in another court.

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In this case, Bhayu Maharaj shot and committed suicide on 12 June 2018. The police have appointed Bhayu Maharaj's servicemen Vinayak Dudhale, Sharad Deshmukh and Palak Puranik for abetment to suicide about 6 months after his death. A challan has been submitted against the accused. The statements of witnesses have started.

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Advocate Dharmendra Gurjar filed an application in the Sessions Court on Tuesday and accused Sharad. In which Advocate Gurjar said that the session judge will give orders in this regard on 29 February. The court had ordered the submission of the statements taken in the Marga investigation about three months ago, but no action has been taken so far. The accused have to apply to follow the order given before the court. Similarly, witnesses are not coming, but the court never ordered the police to ban them. For these reasons, the accused have requested the session judge to hear the case in another court.

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