New Delhi: The Supreme Court will pronounce on Friday a sequence on a Bihar government’s defence severe a bail postulated to criminal-turned-politician Mohammad Shahabuddin in Rajiv Roshan murder case.
The statute by a dais of Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose and Justice Amitava Roy came during a end of arguments in that Shahabuddin’s warn told a justice that yet knowledge of a box was taken on Feb 25, 2015, he had not been served a chargesheet compartment date — a imperative requirement underneath a rapist law.
Shahabuddin warn on Thursday told a justice that Bihar supervision was loitering a trial.
Senior warn Shekhar Naphade told a justice that changeable Shahabuddin from Siwan to Bhagalpur Central Jail was also partial of a delay.
“It is a unwavering try on their (Bihar government) partial that hearing should not proceed. The impulse a hearing starts it will not mount as there is no justification of purported swindling opposite me,” Naphade told a court.
Countering this, a Bihar supervision pronounced that Shahabuddin had challenged a sequence holding knowledge of a chargesheet and it is inconceivable that he could have finished it but carrying a copy.