The court rejected the bail plea of Dinesh Manilal Prajpati and Naimesh Kiritbhai Patel, who were arrested in the case. The court noted in the case that the bail application has not been entertained as the accused in the case are being prima facie charged under sections of the IPC. The death of seven workers in this case shows that the labourers were not provided with safety equipment, all died due to lack of safety equipment. Not having enough safety equipment despite having a large-floor building shows the general ignorance of the accused. It would be inappropriate to grant certain concessions to the accused as the investigation proceedings are currently underway in the case.
Dinesh Manilal Prajapati and Naimesh Kiritbhai, arrested in the Ador Aspire-II case, had filed bail applications stating that they died due to accidental death, which was rejected by the court. On the other hand, the investigating officer told the court in the affidavit that the death of the workers was due to serious negligence of the accused. Also there was no facility of building safety gears by the accused. These workers died after falling from a height of 186.7 feet. An FSL official visited the spot in the incident. In which the construction structure was found to be weak. There was not enough safety equipment for the workers working on the 14th floor and the sixth floor of the construction site where the workers were working. Thus, the FSL officials prima facie felt that the security was weak. Due to which the workers died.
In addition, in this case, the first six labourers were hit and after hearing the big bang of falling down, two labourers who were pulling sand in the lift carrying sand on the sixth floor panicked and lost their balance and fell down, in which one died and one is in critical condition. However, the accused, in their own self-defence, are hiding their negligence by calling the incident an accident.
The police are also believed to be trying to shield the accused as the accused in the case were earlier booked under sections of culpable homicide not amounting to murder. After 15 days of investigation, an application has been filed against the accused to add section 304-A i.e. accidental offence. The metro court directed the complainant to file an affidavit and posted the matter for further hearing on October 17.