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Srinivas Bhat & Raghavendra accused of destroying evidence in Bhaskar Shetty's case in judicial custody till 6th September

Published On : 31 Aug 2016   |  Reported By : Richard D'Souza


Udupi: Srinivas Bhat(56) and Raghavendra (25) accused of destroying evidence in the K. Bhaskar Shetty’s murder case were produced in the court on Wednesday, 31st August and remanded judicial custody till 6th September, 2016.

The main accused in the case Rajeshwari (48) the wife of Bhaskar Shetty and their son Navneeth Shetty (20) along with astrologer Niranjan Bhat (26) are already in judicial custody which will end on 6th September also.

Moreover, Vikram Hegde the Advocate of Srinivas Bhat appealed to the court that his client Srinivas Bhat hailing from heart disorder and the court to give instructions to the prosecution to provide medical treatment.

Meanwhile, the district hospital doctors had collected the blood samples of Gulabi Shetty the mother of Bhaskar Shetty and brothers in the presence of chief Judicial Magistrate on Wednesday, 31st August, 2016.

 







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