Bombay High Court: Directives To Maharashtra Government For Welfare Of Tribal Community, No Bail To The Accused In Jhanvi Kukreja Murder Case
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The Bombay High Court has asked the Maharashtra government to do everything possible for the welfare of the tribal community of the state. A division bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Dutta and Justice MS Karnik, while hearing several PILs filed in 2007, referred to the high incidence of deaths of children, pregnant women, lactating mothers due to malnutrition in the Melghat region of the state. did.
The court observed that there is a need for better coordination among the concerned departments of the government on the issue. A copy of the court’s order became available on Friday. “With a view to promote the best interest of the tribal community, all these departments should leave no stone unturned in working in unison,” the bench said. The bench directed the government to file a report on the implementation of the suggestions and related process on August 11.
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At the same time, the Bombay High Court refused bail to Mr. Jogdhankar, an accused in the murder case of Janhvi Kukreja (19), who went to celebrate New Year with friends. Janhvi was found dead on January 1, 2021, on the steps of a building in suburban Khar.
According to the decision of a one-member bench of Justice Bharati Dangre, prima facie there is evidence of the involvement of accused Jogdhankar in the crime. In the judgment, the judge said, New Year brings an opportunity to turn dreams into reality. It is as if a new chapter in the book is waiting to be written.
On this occasion Shri trapped himself in the swamp. The court said in the order, three close friends Jhanvi, Shree and Diya had gone to celebrate the New Year. There was a dispute over some matter and the two together beat Jhanvi badly. He was dragged from the eighth floor and taken to the second floor. The court also expressed the possibility of tampering with the evidence.