Road Rage & Kidnapping Cases require Clinching Evidence : Bombay High Court

Bombay High Court illegal detention Road Rage Kidnapping

Anushka Sharma-

Published On: November 12, 2021 at 16:26 IST

The Bombay High Court ordered the Public Prosecutor to present convincing Evidence in response to a Writ Petition filed in connection with alleged “Illegal Detention” by the Samata Nagar Police.

Sumeet Shukla, a 30-year-old Virar resident, has filed a Petition for Relief on behalf of his father Vijayraj Shukla, and a Co-Accused Shailesh Tiwari, who was detained on September 23 for Road Rage and suspected Kidnapping of a businessman.

Sumeet submitted that his father and others were brought before the Borivali Court more than 60 hours after being Detained by the Samata Nagar Police, which he described as “Illegal detention.”

“We direct the learned PP to produce CCTV records from the evening of September 23 till Today, to file an Affidavit of the concerned investigating officer and produce handwritten station diary before this Court on November 11 [Thursday],” reads the Court order passed by Bench of Justices SJ Kanthawala and Abhay Ahuja on November 10.

A copy of the Order was also submitted to Pravinkumar Padval, the Additional Commissioner of Police. On Thursday, however, one Officer arrived with one diary and informed the Court that the Affidavit was not ready.

The Case will be heard on Friday, November 12.

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