Narendra Dabholkar, an anti-superstition activist, was shot dead in broad daytime on August 20,2013 (Image courtesy: Twitter)
Additional Sessions Judge S R Navandar rejected their bail pleas.
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A special court in Pune on Tuesday declined the bail applications of Virendrasinh Tawde and Vikram Bhave, implicated in the Dr Narendra Dabholkar murdercase. According to a CBI authorities, this is the 3rd time the court has rejected the bail application of Tawde, who was jailed in 2016, while Bhave’s bail was declined on 2 earlier occasions.
Hameed Dabholkar, boy of the slain anti-superstition activist Narendra Dabholkar, stated in August this year that it was “agonizing” that even after 7 years, the probe into his daddy’s murder has not reached a conclusion.
Dr Narendra Dabholkar, founder of the Maharashtra Andhashraddha Nirmulan Samiti (Maharashtra Removal of Superstitious Notion Committee), was shot dead by 2 motorcycle-borne attackers in Pune on August 20, 2013.
Dr Hameed Dabholkar, his child, stated the Central Bureau of Examination (CBI) need to finish the probe and apprehend the “main criminals”.