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Sharad Pawar’s hearing on April 4 postponed

Sharad Pawar’s hearing on April 4 postponed

Mumbai Mirror / by Shruti Gnapatye

The commission had to delay the hearing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak in the the state, the Bhima Koregaon commission has postponed its hearing scheduled from March 30.
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Bhima Koregaon Judicial Commission Seeks 6-Month Extension

Bhima Koregaon Judicial Commission Seeks 6-Month Extension

The Wire / by PTI

The commission on Monday wrote a letter to the state chief secretary seeking an extension, citing the lockdown of the state in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mumbai: The two-member judicial commission inquiring into the 2018 Bhima Koregaon violence case on Monday sought a six-month extension from the Maharashtra government as it has postponed its hearing in view of the novel coronavirus outbreak and resultant lockdown.
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What Pawar’s affidavit says

What Pawar’s affidavit says


Pic: Mumbai 2018

Rediff.com / by Jyoti Punwani

Sharad Pawar claims he is not in a position to name the organisations behind the violence at Bhima Koregaon, ‘though active role of right-wing forces behind the violence cannot be ruled out.’
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Koregaon-Bhima Inquiry Commission Summons Sharad Pawar

Koregaon-Bhima Inquiry Commission Summons Sharad Pawar

The Wire / by PTI

The NCP chief had filed an affidavit before the commission, headed by former Bombay high court Chief Justice J.N. Patel, on October 8, 2018.
Pune: The Koregaon Bhima Inquiry Commission has summoned NCP chief Sharad Pawar to depose before it as a witness in the 2018 caste-violence case, the panel’s lawyer Ashish Satpute said here on Wednesday.
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Dalit victim deposes before Koregaon Bhima Commission of Inquiry

Dalit victim deposes before Koregaon Bhima Commission of Inquiry

The Indian Express / by Express News Service

The two-member Koregaon Bhima Commission of Inquiry, headed by retired Justice J N Patel, is probing the causes of the violence, in which one person died and several others were injured.
Ashok Athavale, a Dalit man whose house and shop in Sanaswadi village were torched during the Koregaon Bhima violence on January 1, 2018, deposed before the Koregaon Bhima Commission of Inquiry on Thursday.
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Deshmukh: 348 cases related to Koregaon Bhima withdrawn so far

Deshmukh: 348 cases related to Koregaon Bhima withdrawn so far

Devdiscourse / by PTI

Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Thursday told the Legislative Council that 348 cases related to the Koregaon Bhima violence have been withdrawn by the state government so far He said this in response to a query by Congress legislator Sharad Ranpise.
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Bhima-Koregaon inquiry panel to summon Sharad Pawar

Bhima-Koregaon inquiry panel to summon Sharad Pawar

The Hindu / by PTI

NCP Chief to be summoned based on a plea before the Commission which says Sharad Pawar has relevant and additional information, apart from what he has already shared in his 2018 affidavit filed before the panel.
The Koregaon Bhima Inquiry Commission has decided to summon NCP chief Sharad Pawar for deposition in the case of caste violence near here in 2018.
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Bhima-Koregaon violence was pre-planned, claims Nawab Malik

Bhima-Koregaon violence was pre-planned, claims Nawab Malik

Mumbai Mirror / by ANI

“The Bhima Koregaon incident was pre-planned. The main culprits are Manohar Bhide and Milind Ekbote. The then government gave protection to them. Definitely there is a judicial inquiry and report will come. The government will definitely take action against those who are responsible,” Malik told ANI.
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Uddhav government to set up SIT, says minister

Uddhav government to set up SIT, says minister

The New Indian Express / by PTI

Maharashtra Water Resources Minister Jayant Patil said the state government can carry out an independent inquiry in the Elgar Parishad case despite the probe being taken over the by the NIA.
Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Friday said the previous government in the state termed those opposed to their policies as ‘urban Naxals’ and foisted cases against intellectuals, poets and thinkers.
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