Procrastination by CBI in Narendra Dabholkar case, alleges Dr. Hameed Dabholkar

 

Narendra Dabholkar (Photo : Free Press Journal)
Narendra Dabholkar (Photo : Free Press Journal)

Pune : Why is the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) causing delay in conducting investigation into Dr. Narendra Dabholkar’s murder case ? There is delay even in getting report from Scotland Yard on the bullets sent to them. There is lot of dillydallying in conducting investigations, accused Dr. Hameed Dabholkar of Andha-shraddha Nirmulan Samiti (ANiS). He was speaking during demonstrations staged on 20th November on ‘Vitthal Ramji Shinde’ bridge. (So far, ANiS helped in diverting investigations into Dabholkar’s murder case towards Sanatan, out of their prejudice. They misled investigating agencies right from the beginning and maligned name of Sanatan. Sanatan Sanstha has not committed any crime but investigations were conducted only in that direction; therefore, there is failure in reaching the real culprits. Will ANiS members show guts and accept the truth since they always claim to be discerning ? – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat) He also demanded that Shri. Sarang Akolkar and Shri. Vinay Pawar should be declared as absconding.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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