The Bombay High Court Monday upheld the release granted with the aid of a trial court docket to ex-Gujarat ATS leader D G Vanzara and four others, they all cops from Gujarat and Rajasthan, within the case of stumble upon of suspected gangster Sohrabuddin Shaikh, his spouse and aide. The court held that the packages difficult their discharge had been with out benefit.
Justice A M Badar also granted discharge to Gujarat police officer Vipul Aggarwal, a co-accused in the case related to the 2005-06 stumble upon of Sohrabuddin Shaikh, his wife Kausar Bi and their aide Tulsiram Prajapati.
Aggarwal’s discharge plea become in advance rejected by means of the trial court and he had approached the HC in search of discharge on grounds of parity with Vanzara.
Justice Badar had carried out designated each day hearings for about weeks in July on the 5 revision pleas hard the discharge of these officers, and the plea filed by way of Aggarwal.
In granting relief to former IPS officers Vanzara, Rajkumar Pandian and N K Amin of the Gujarat police, and Dinesh M N and Dalpat Singh Rathod of the Rajasthan Police, Justice Badar held that the applications difficult their discharge had been without merit.
Sohrabuddin Shaikh’s brother Rubabuddin had challenged the release granted in the case with the aid of the trial courtroom to Dinesh, Pandian and Vanzara.