Ahmedabad Court Rejects TMC Leader Saket Gokhale’s Bail Plea

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Ahmedabad Court Rejects TMC Leader Saket Gokhale’s Bail Plea

| Updated: January 5, 2023 20:42

The Ahmedabad Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court has denied Trinamool Congress leader Saket Gokhale’s request for bail. In a cybercrime case, it was alleged that the accused had used RTI to obtain information from various government agencies in order to carry out public interest work.

As a result, the accused needed financial assistance to carry out this work under the guise of a false organisation, according to the complainant, who also used the organisation to solicit donations from other individuals.

Gokhale was detained by Crime Branch after being accused of abusing crowdfunding, and after the detention time was ended, the accused submitted a bail plea. The prosecutor argued against the accused’s request for release in court, claiming that the accused should not be given bail because he had received a sizable donation from the public and had spent it for his own expenses.

“The accused is the subject of an investigation, and if bail is granted, the investigation may suffer. If the offender is granted bail, the prosecutor might be coerced or lured,” the public prosecutor warned the court.

Saket Gokhale, the accused TMC leader, had requested bail, but the Metro Court denied his request while accepting the public prosecutor’s statement. Gokhale was previously detained for cybercrime in connection with a charge of tweeting false information during the Morbi disaster; the suspect was later released on bail.

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