Narendra Dabholkar murder case

Narendra Dabholkar murder case News

Some commonality in Dabholkar, Pansare killings: CBI, Maharashtra CID to Bombay HC

The CBI informed the court that an operation will be carried out within a month to search and retrieve four country-made pistols, which were allegedly dismantled and thrown by the accused into a creek in adjoining Thane district.

Lawyer, aide held for Dabholkar murder not cooperating: CBI

Punalekar (53) and Bhave (34) were arrested by the agency on May 25. They were produced before the court on Saturday after their first custodial remand ended. The court of Additional Sessions Judge A V Rotte extended their custody till June 4.

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Narendra Dabholkar murder case: Hindu organisations protest advocate’s arrest

Dabholkar (67) was shot dead by two assailants at the Omkareshwar bridge in Pune on August 20, 2013. The CBI had alleged that Punalekar had instructed Kalaskar to dismantle a set of firearms, including the one used in Dabholkar’s murder.

Dabholkar murder case: In chargesheet, CBI details hours leading up to murder

The CBI had in February filed the supplementary chargesheet in the case against the two alleged shooters — Sachin Andure and Sharad Kalaskar.

Dabholkar, Pansare murder: Day after Bombay HC rap, BJP minister says CM doesn’t probe crime cases

Expressing “shock” over the high court’s observations questioning the CM, Tawde said: “The High Court should give their observations in writing. It will then bring greater clarity and enable government to respond.”

Narendra Dabholkar killing: CBI recovers country-made pistol

A khukri, three live rounds and a 7.65-bore pistol were recovered on the basis of leads given by Sachin Prakasrao Andure, who was arrested recently by the Central Bureau of Investigation.

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Dabholkar murder case: Explain stand on Sanatan Sanstha and HJS, asks family

Incidentally, former CM Prithviraj Chavan also made the same demand on Saturday, urging the state government and the CM to declare their intention vis-a-vis certain “dangerous organisations”.

Dabholkar murder: Accused claims tantrik visited him in custody

Khandelwal has claimed that the tantrik who met him and co-accused Manish Nagori was called Manish Thakur.

Centre cannot interfere in Tehelka case: Sushilkumar Shinde

Home Minister Shinde said that the government does not protect culprits in any way.

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