The alleged message read, “Alert, terrorists have entered Gujarat through Kutch and have been seen in Radhanesada village of Banaskantha. People are informed to alert police immediately if they happen to see them.”
Kiran’s father Sahebrao who went to the room at the time, saw him hanging and immediately shouted for help. He untied the unconscious Kiran, and with the help of others, took him to SMIMER hospital for treatment.
The five accused — Mahesh Marwadi, Sanjay Thakor, Rakesh Parmar, Prakash Rathod and Anil Bathwar — associated with one yuvak mandal were taking their Ganesh trolley along the wrong side of the road, which led to traffic congestion close to the airport.
The special judge passed orders to recover compensation, concluding that the “menace” of registering false complaints of Dalit atrocities to get compensation from the government “cannot be overlooked”.
The highest penalty has been kept at Rs 5000 for the first time offence of driving a four-wheeler without a fitness test certificate, performing stunts on bikes or cars, driving heavy motor vehicles without registration or wrong side driving of heavy motor vehicles.