The court also observed that Saxena had moved his bail plea for the third time “without any new ground” or “change of circumstance”. “I am of the opinion that he is not entitled to the relief of bail,” observed the court.
B K Bansal (60), a former director-general in the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, and his 31-year-old son Yogesh were found hanging from ceiling fans inside their flat at Neelkanth Apartments in Madhu Vihar Tuesday morning.
The Indian Express had on June 23 reported that Mughal, a building watchman who was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for killing Mumbai-based lawyer Pallavi Purkayastha, had jumped parole after being granted relief on the ground of his mother’s illness.
Among other requirements, invocation of MCOCA requires the prosecution to establish that a member or members of the crime syndicate have been chargesheeted more than once within the preceding 10 years from the registration of the present crime.