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Anil Deshmukh’s bail plea on Dec 6; HC says plea should be heard on priority due to his ill health
The Bombay High Court said, as per prima facie, 74-year-old former Home Minister of Maharashtra Anil Deshmukh’s bail plea should be heard on priority basis due to the senior leader’s health issues. Additional Solicitor General Anil Singh, appearing for the CBI, said that when Deshmukh’s bail plea was moved on medical grounds, then a fresh medical report needed to be called for.
Singh said, “There is a compilation that has been given now. There are medical papers attached. We need to go through it. Even though this is not a bail application on merit of the case, it is still being circulated under medical issues. He is getting medical treatment as required. Moreover, medical issues are not static. We need a check on what his condition is right now.”
Deshmukh’s advocate Vikram Chaudhari said the senior NCP leader was being treated but has been suffering from several ailments that require constant treatment and care. Chaudhary said, ”He needs to be released. He is a chronic patient.”
Justice MS Karnik said that the court would hear the bail plea on merits. He said, “I am satisfied that we can proceed with the hearing on merits and give it priority. This is my prima facie opinion that priority should be given. One of the medical ailments (that Deshmukh is suffering from) is degenerative.” Deshmukh’s bail plea would now be heard on December 6.
The bench asked Singh whether he was ready to argue on the merits of the case immediately, to which Singh said he would require a week while Chaudhari said that he was ready to argue. However, Justice Karnik said, “We need to give them a fair opportunity.”
Bengaluru man kills 2-yr-old daughter, says ‘didn’t have money, wasn’t able to feed her’
Bengaluru man Rahul Parmar (45) allegedly killed his two-year-old daughter. He claims that he did not have money to feed her. Rahul belongs to Gujarat. Reportedly, he also tried to end his life after killing his daughter.
The police got involved when Rahul and his daughter went missing on November 15. Rahul’s wife filed a missing complaint, after which, the investigation started.
Rahul was arrested during the investigation. He revealed to the police that before killing his daughter, he spent some time with her in the car, played a bit, and hugged her. He said that he did not have enough money to feed her. As per the report, Rahul went through a financial loss in his Bitcoin business, and was unemployed for the last 6 months.
The child’s body was found in the lake of Kendatti village of Kolar taluk on November 26 night. A blue car was also found at the bank of the lake, the police said.
Previously, Rahul filed a complaint with the Bengaluru Police about gold jewelry getting stolen from his house. Upon investigating, the police came to know that Rahul himself had stolen the jewels from the house and pledged. He was warned about registering a fake complaint by the police, and was asked to visit the police station.
Police is suspecting that Rahul might have done something due to fear of facing repercussions of filing a fake case.
Further investigation has been initiated.
4 detonators, 2 timer IEDs found near J&K police station; cops suspect Pakistan’s involvement
Two timer-equipped improvised explosive devices (IEDs) believed to have been dropped by a Pakistani drone, were discovered late on Monday, November 14 near a police station in the border region of Phallain Mandal in the Jammu district, J&K officials said on November 15
Villagers called the police after spotting a suspicious-looking bag lying by the roadside. The device was kept in a black backpack close to the Phallian Mandal police station which is located near to the international border between India and Pakistan in the Satwari neighbourhood.
On Tuesday, November 15, a controlled explosion destroyed the IEDs and timers.
Jammu district Senior Superintendent of Police Chandan Kohli said, “Two timer fitted IEDs weighing nearly half a kg each and four detonators were found late on Monday. We can’t rule out the possibility of Pak drone having dropped the consignment.”
The SSP reported that a FIR has been filed at the Satwari police station under sections 4/5 of the Explosives Act and 18/20 of the UAPA. “No arrests have been made so far but we are working on it,” said Kohli.
He further added, “The area was cordoned off and a bomb disposal squad was requisitioned. The IEDs were destroyed safely around 12:25am on Tuesday.”