“Lunkad, director of the Lunkad real estate company in Kalyinainagar, was released this afternoon from a temporary jail in Jerawada. He has been living there since June 22, when the court returned him.” Defense lawyer Sudhir Shah told TOI.
SOURCE: Special Judge (MPID Act), S Gosavi on Tuesday released Bailiff Amit Lunkad, arrested on June 21 on a theft charge.
“Lunkad, director of the Lunkad realty company in Kalyinainagar, was released this afternoon from a temporary jail in Jerawada. He has been living there since June 22, when he was presented to the court under bail. Law,” the law said. Lawyer. Said guard Sudhir Shah. TOI.
The court ordered Lunkad to be released from joining Rs1 lakh and one or more equal employers.
The council gave the builder eight days to hand over his contract to pay the contractors, but some, however, were reluctant to proceed with their finances.
The Bailiff calculates that if the builder does not receive the money within 15 days, the court may return his property following the actions of his lawyer and salesman, and his family will not rest.
The court found that the assistance could have been canceled if Lunkad had not paid the customer.
In a four-page statement, Judge Gosavi said, “PMID law is to protect the rights of traders. The prosecution is not a way to get money. In prison, his business will be closed and poor to pay customers. “
The judge said, “I don’t know how the plaintiff in prison will help him recover. The complainant tried to pay the prisoner at any time. After writing this document, the income that the investor will receive will be guaranteed.
Earlier, Shah’s lawyer told the court that the man had paid the complainant, Sanjay Honrao, and other vendors R44 crore since the first intelligence (MOTO) was brought in by Jerawada police.
Shah denied that Lunkad was safely detained by the police without warning him to violate a Supreme Court (SC) rule set for Arnesh Kumar’s case and demanded his former release.
State Attorney Sunil Hande said that, in addition to Honrao, some businessmen also went to the police and reported their claims to the manufacturer.
Hande said the number of searches is increasing and he fears that Lunkad will not keep its promise to pay sellers once it is released with a fee. The lawyer pleaded guilty to failing to appear in court.
The court released him after hearing both sides, and then released the singer because it was not appropriate to keep him and to establish conditions so as not to disturb the contractor. Evidence of guilt.
The manufacturer reports to the Jerawada police station on the first and 15th of the month until he submits the purchase deed and a passport in front of the inspection office.