Nagpur: Gudiya Shahu, one of the accused in the sensational Kamble double murder case, has moved the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court against rejection of her bail application by District and Sessions Court.
A hearing on the matter was held in the Division Bench of Justice R K Deshpande and Justice A D Upadhyay on Wednesday, July 4. The High Court has issued notice to the government (police) and sought its reply within two weeks.
Adv Sanjay Doifode appeared on behalf of State Government while Adv Rajendra Daga appeared on behalf of the complainant as a assist to prosecution.
It may be recalled that the District and Sessions Court had on June 14, 2018, rejected the bail application of Gudiya Shahu as the prosecution strongly opposed the bail plea citing the evidences that prove that she had indeed helped her husband Ganesh Shahu in executing the murders. Police have collected sufficient evidences to prove her involvement in the crime.
Nagpur Today journalist Ravikant Kamble’s mother Usha and one-and-half-year daughter Rashi were murdered by their neighbour Ganesh Shahu, his Gudiya and brothers in their house in Dighori area on February 17 this year.