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Somnath Bharti: Case against me politically motivated

The Supreme Court had on October 1 denied interim bail to Somnath Bharti and sought the presence of his wife before it to explore the possibility of mediation.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: October 7, 2015 2:57 am
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While applying for bail in a Delhi court on Tuesday, AAP MLA Somnath Bharti alleged that the police had registered an attempt to murder case against him due to “political motives” and the case was, in fact, a “BJP-sponsored litigation”.

Bharti, who is facing charges of domestic violence and attempt to murder, based on a police complaint filed by his wife Lipika, was arrested on September 29.Bharti’s counsel Vijay Aggarwal told Additional Sessions Judge Anil Kumar that the domestic violence case against Bharti had been blown out of proportion and there was no requirement for his judicial custody, as he had continued to cooperate with the investigation agency during its probe.

The court will pass its order on Bharti’s bail plea on Wednesday.

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“I am an MLA and have to look after the work of my constituency. I have deep roots in the society and if granted bail, I will not flee from justice. This court can impose conditions while granting bail. I will join the investigation as and when called by the investigation officer and there is no point of influencing the witnesses. If the court wants, it can bar me from leaving Delhi or it can confine me at my residing place…,” stated Bharti.

The prosecution told the court that the AAP leader, if granted bail, could influence witnesses. “In case he is enlarged on bail, he would influence the witnesses as he is a very influential man. There are witnesses who are not coming forward to depose because of his influence. Granting him bail will hamper the investigation, which is at a primitive stage,” claimed the prosecution.


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  1. anmol patel
    Oct 6, 2015 at 8:55 pm
    what a joke , was his marriage also sponsored by bjp , when you have nothing to say just blame bjp ....
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      ashwin uk
      Oct 6, 2015 at 9:34 pm
      So you beat your wife because BJP told you so. Now that begs the question who gave you the order from BJP was it Modi or Bhagwat. I am dying to know it. Did you tell chairman Kejri the Lord of the Universe? You are a WIFE BEATER. Were you drunk when you did it you can claim diminished responsibility and get away with it.
      1. Narender Balda
        Oct 7, 2015 at 4:13 am
        Even Jitender Singh Tomar and his wife blamed Modi for the fake degree. These are gutter people of AAP practicing gutter politics. In everything they see Modi. Most of AAP leaders are wife dependent parasites.
        1. Debasish Sarkar
          Oct 7, 2015 at 7:03 pm
          Dear somnath Bharti, please ask our estranged wife -why She is politically Motivated??? Honestly I thing You are willfully politicize your privet Marital discord. The court will not show You any sympathy.
          1. N
            Oct 7, 2015 at 7:59 am
            Don't give weak analysis. Marital discords are not uncommon. How big it becomes, depends on your spouce and her baxking. His wife is very vindictive as she wants a larger settlement than what he was willing to give in. This gave the opposition an opportunity to sponsor her case and make her case stronger, thereby implicating him as a villian. The most follish and give away tale of the wife is...... He tried to cut my wrist. Comeon guys, is that a comman way of attempt to murder? Or attempt to suicide? Or threat to suicide? Think.. Think
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