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Sajipa Nasir murder case : Supreme Court dismisses bail plea of all 3 suspects

Sajipa Nasir murder case : Supreme Court dismisses bail plea of all 3 suspects


Mangalore Today News Network

Bantwal, Jan 25, 2017 : The Supreme Court has upheld the judgement of Karnataka High Court and has dismissed the  appeals filed by  three suspects in the case of Sajipa Mohammad  Nasir murder case and case of attempt on life of Sajipa Mohammad Mustafa.


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  Mohammad Nasir who was a mason was hacked to death  by a gang of four when  he was travelling in the autorickshaw of Mustafa  at Panolibail near Melkar on September 7,2015. Even Mustafa was attacked with lethal weapons by the accused.

Police had arrested three  persons namely Kiran Poojary of Badaga Ulepady, Vijeth Kumar of Manchi and  Anil alias Dhanu Poojary  of Tiruvailu  in this case. The fourth accused Abhi alias Abhijith of Manchi  is however still at large.

 When the District  Court had granted bail to all the three arrested, the family of Nasir had moved the High Court challenging the decision. The  High Court had  cancelled the bail and had directed the accused to surrender before January 16.

Though the accused had moved the Supreme Court against the HC ruling, the Supreme Court has dismissed their plea and has upheld the High Court  decision.


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Preetham Rao, Mysuru Wed, January-25-2017, 2:16
The Indian court is very slow in passing its judgement . It will take years and years. by the timer the accused himself will be confused may be . ?
William Fermandes, Bengaluru Tue, January-24-2017, 11:55
First of all the people make involvement is the things because of lack of fear towards the law . They take everything for granted
Suhail M, kasargod Tue, January-24-2017, 11:31
Never drag the case for years , The accused has to get for what he has done. The lawyers should not fight to release the accused .
Srikala, Mnagaluru Tue, January-24-2017, 11:07
Bail has to be cancelled for all such cases at least due to this the crime may be less
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