Opposing the bail on mental health ground, the prosecutor submitted that Siddhant was being provided medical aid and was being given treatment in jail and at JJ Hospital. The court will pass its orders on the bail plea later this week.
The 17-year old was apprehended along with his 21-year old brother in 2016 for allegedly attacking Vilas Shinde fatally. The constable, who was on duty, had stopped the minor for riding a bike despite being underage, police claimed.
The recent list submitted by the CBI to the special court has names and addresses of 232 who lost their lives and 638 who were injured. Twenty-five of those killed remain unidentified and 75 injured are untraceable, the CBI told the court.
After the incident, each victim was given an “ex gratia” compensation of Rs 5 lakh by the state government and the WR. In addition to that, each victim is entitled to legally seek upto Rs 8 lakh under the Railways Act.
The victim said that she tried confronting the accused but he began to run away. The commotion attracted the attention of other commuters on the platform who caught hold of the man and started to beat him.
The two, who were named by the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad as alleged members of the banned organisation, SIMI, were acquitted of terror charges. Two others arrested in the case were acquitted of all charges.
The orders were issued on October 10 after directions from the Prison Reform Committee, a five-member team, headed by Justice S Radhakrishnan, constituted by the Bombay High Court to recommend jail reforms
Nita, Dhawale’s younger sister and his legal representative, told The Indian Express that their family has been insisting that he file for bail but he has said he wants to complete the book without any distractions
While the prosecution had sought death sentence, the court said the case did not fall in the “rarest of rare” category. Sanghvi was told to pay a fine of Rs 9 lakh. The court said the money be paid to Adit’s mother.
In 2007, Ali was accused of laundering $8 billion and was termed as the biggest money launderer of India. His income between 2001-02 and 2007-08 was quoted as Rs 1.10 lakh crore and his tax liability was appraised at Rs 34,000 crore.