Vinisha Kukreja (36) has sought directions to the Vasai police to file an FIR against the employees of Kripa Foundation’s Vasai branch for causing the death of her husband, Vinod Kukreja, due to negligence.
The police had challenged the trial court order of February 14, 2016, discharging Narendra Goel. On August 23, 2003, Dr Asha Goel was stabbed in her sleep at the house of her brother at Narayan Dabholkar Road, Malabar Hill.
“There was enough evidence against the accused, but it seems that the court has turned a blind eye towards it. This judgment is just not right. It is not in the interest of justice,” he told The Indian Express.
“The offence is serious. The conspiracy is deep rooted and has extremely serious repercussions. The investigating agency must be allowed to have sufficient opportunity to collect evidence,” the bench added.
The HC was hearing three petitions filed by advocates Jaishri Patil and Sanjeet Shukla and Dr Uday Dhople along with others, challenging the notification published by the state government on November 30 providing 16 per cent reservation to the Maratha community.
Yogesh Mehra and Ajay Mehra, petitioners in the Arbitration Petitions filed in 2016, had set up a renewable energy business. They entered into a Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) to set up a company Wind World India Limited (WWIL).
Contending that the Marathas have not faced social injustice like other backward classes, Sadavarte and his wife Patil’s petition says that reservations have to be read with social injustice as suffered by SC/ST and other backward classes.
Senior counsel Mihir Desai, representing Teltumbde, told the court that “none of these documents (letters) have been recovered from me and none of them in any case make out any triable case against Teltumbde”.
The petition was moved by the Sangli Bar Association in 2015, stating that a proposal was mooted by the High Court administration for construction of a new building for the District and Sessions court at Sangli consisting A and B wing.
An affidavit was filed by Shrirang Gholap, secretary, relief and rehabilitation department, stating that the last meeting of the state DMA was held on May 29, 2018 and thereafter no further meetings have been held.
On Friday, a Division Bench of Justice B P Dharmadhikari and Justice Sarang V Kotwal observed that a bar association member casting his vote in the TDCBA elections will be required to furnish a declaration that he will only vote in the said elections.
A bench of Chief Justice Naresh H Patil and Justice Rajesh Ketkar, recording separate reasons, allowed the MMRCL to go ahead with the construction on the condition that no damage is caused to the two Atash Behrams.