IT suicide cases; textile businessman goes to court
Indore (Madhya Pradesh): In the TI suicide case, the textile businessman went to court on Saturday. He had been on the run for a long time. The court remanded him in custody until August 16.
Special Public Prosecutor (SPP) Vishal Shrivastava has said that textile businessman Govind Jaiswal is charged in the suicide case of TI Hakam Singh Panwar under Sections 306, 384 and 385 of the Indian Penal Code and the Section 3(2)(V) Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989. He went to the District Court on Saturday following the application to the court under Section 44(2) Cr.PC.
SPP Shrivastava said Jaiswal surrendered by presenting the request to the court of Special Judge Manoj Kumar Tiwari. The court remanded the accused in pre-trial detention until August 16.
On June 24, TI Hakam Singh, stationed in Bhopal, committed suicide by shooting himself in the former police control room. The police registered a complaint against four people. They include an ASI woman, her brother, TI’s third wife, Reshma, and textile businessman Govind Jaiswal.
The police failed to arrest him
Defendant Jaiswal had been on the run since the case was filed in June. The accused has been on the run for more than a month but the police failed to locate and arrest him, after which he surrendered to court.
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