Pune. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has argued in court that the “Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) has been imposed on five accused in the murder case of logician Dr Narendra Davolkar in 2011”. The five accused, Dr Birendra Singh Tawde, Sharad Kalskar, Sachin Andure, lawyer Sanjeev Punalekar and Vikram Bhave, were produced before Additional Sessions Judge (Special Court Judge) SR Navandar on Friday.
Special Public Prosecutor Prakash Suryavanshi argued on behalf of the CBI that the accused were charged under Section 120B (criminal conspiracy), 120B 302 (murder), relevant section of the Arms Act and Section 16 (terrorist) UAPA. Punishment of law).
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He emphasized Article 16 of the UAPA and argued that it was reasonable to call it quits. He said the definition of Article 15 of the UAPA is to create terrorism in a society or a section of society. In the present case, our argument is that Dr. Firearms were used to kill Davolkar to create panic among a class of people, so Article 16 of the UAPA should be applied in this case.
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He said the CABI has received approval from the state government to issue Section 16 of the UAPA. However, defense lawyer Virendra Ichalkaranjikar opposed the prosecution’s demand for the issuance of Section 16 of the UAPA. He said, “We oppose the issuance of Article 16 of the UAPA because the prosecution has been saying through various documents since 2016 that Dr. So where does the question of terrorism come from? After hearing the arguments of both the parties, the court fixed September for the next hearing.” Known for his campaign, Davolkar was shot dead in Pune on 20 August 2013.
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