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Another Malegaon blasts accused files bail plea

After the chargesheet was filed on May 13, so far four accused have filed for bail.

By: Express News Service | Mumbai |
June 2, 2016 3:45:59 am
Malegaon blasts, 2008 Malegaon blasts, bail plea, malegaon bail plea, NIA, indian express news, india news Sudhakar Dhar Dwivedi alias Amrutanand Devtirth has sought bail claiming change in circumstances, including the fact that the chargesheet has been filed in the case as well as non-maintainability of the stringent MCOCA.

ANOTHER ACCUSED in the 2008 Malegaon blasts case has filed for bail before the special NIA court Wednesday.

Sudhakar Dhar Dwivedi alias Amrutanand Devtirth has sought bail claiming change in circumstances, including the fact that the chargesheet has been filed in the case as well as non-maintainability of the stringent MCOCA.

In the chargesheet filed by the NIA last month, the investigating agency has claimed they have recordings retrieved from Dwivedi’s laptop which “show his complicity and preparation of unlawful activities”. The NIA has sought time till June 8 to file its say in the application.

After the chargesheet was filed on May 13, so far four accused have filed for bail.

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