Bombay HC rejects state govt’s plea seeking cancellation of bail in Suraj Parmar suicide case

Thane : The Bombay High Court has rejected the state government’s plea seeking cancellation of bail to four persons in the infamous Suraj Parmar suicide case.

Thane district court had granted bail to four of those involved in the case relating to the suicide by Suraj Parmar, a city based builder on October 7, 2015 at one of his building sites.

In his suicide note, he had reportedly named the four among others having been harassed him for money.

The four who were granted the bail by the Thane sessions court include Hanumant Jagdale, Najeeb Mulla, both corporators of the NCP, Vikrant Chavan, INC, Corporator and presently president of the Thane city district Congress party and Sudhakar Chavan, then a corporator of the TMC of the MNS.

Presently, Chavan is not not a corporator while the three others got elected to the corporation once again.

While passing the order, Justice Prakash D Naik observed, “Learned counsel for the applicant, on instructions, submit that the application was preferred for cancellation of bail granted in different applications on different dates. Long time has lapsed after the bail of the applicant. Hence, all the applications be disposed off. In view of the submissions, all the applications stand disposed off, as rejected by the court.”