Delkar death: Dadra collector seeks relief from superior courtroom

Following Delkar, a 58-calendar year-aged seven-time period MP from the Union Territory of DNH was discovered dead in a room in a south Mumbai resort on February 22, his son, Abhinav, lodged a grievance on March 9 with the Mumbai Law enforcement.

Dadra and Nagar Haveli (DNH) collector Sandeep Kumar Singh has informed the Bombay large courtroom (HC) that the FIR registered by Mumbai Law enforcement in connection with dying of MP Mohan Delkar was baseless, false and contrary to the provisions of regulation and hence sought quashing of the FIR and pending hearing of the petition, interim aid of no coercive measures from him.

Just after Delkar, a 58-yr-previous 7-term MP from the Union Territory of DNH was identified lifeless in a space in a south Mumbai lodge on February 22, his son, Abhinav, lodged a complaint on March 9 with the Mumbai Law enforcement. The FIR named numerous persons, which includes Singh, on costs of abetment to suicide and provisions of Atrocities Act.

The FIR alleged that Delkar was pressured by the reported persons considering the fact that a 12 months and the DNH administration was continually harassing him to get control about the SSR Faculty of Pharmacy and Administration owned by Delkar so as to prevent him from contesting even more elections. The bench of justices S S Shinde and Manish Pitale, though accepting the statement of the condition of no coercive motion against Singh, posted hearing of the petition on March 25.

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