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SC accepts family’s petition to cancel Naresh Shenoy’s bail

Published On : 29 Nov 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: The Supreme Court has on November 28, Monday accepted the petition filed by the family of slain RTI activist Vinayak Baliga seeking cancellation of the bail granted to the prime accused Naresh Shenoy and has issued a Dasti Service order wherein the petitioner himself is given permission to serve notice to the accused.

Nagamohan Das, Advocate for the Baliga family who presented his argument before the court for nearly ten minutes, pointed out that granting of bail to the prime accused at a time when investigation into the case was not complete, was improper.

Heeding to the request, the SC Bench comprising Justice U Uday Lalith and Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghosh, has issued a ’Dasti Service’ Order, informed Ravindra Kamath, another advocate for Baliga family.

The family of Baliga has also moved the High Court against the Mangaluru Sessions Court ruling upholding the decision of the accused Naresh Shenoy who has refused to undergo narco analysis test.

 







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