Decision On Discharge Application Of Accused In Mahant Narendra Giri Suicide Case On March 6
Prayagraj, February 25 (TNA) The Allahabad district court will pronounce its verdict on March 6 on the acquittal petition given by the accused in the suicide case of Mahant Narendra Giri, who was the president of Akhara Parishad. The discharge application was earlier filed on behalf of Adya Prasad Tiwari.
The discharge application was earlier filed on behalf of Adya Prasad Tiwari. On Friday, the discharge application was also filed on behalf of Anand Giri and Sandeep Tiwari. However, the counsel for CBI opposed this. After the hearing, the court asked to pronounce its verdict on March 6.
Charges are to be framed against the three accused in the hearing of the case going on in the District Judge's court. Adya Prasad had filed an discharge application on the last hearing. During the hearing on Friday, the court heard arguments on that.
It was said by the CBI that there is evidence against all three. Therefore, the discharge application should be dismissed. However, it was said on behalf of the accused that they are innocent.
The court has appointed advocate DK Dwivedi as an amicus curiae to represent Anand Giri and Sandeep Tiwari. The amicus curiae argued on behalf of both the accused and filed an acquittal.
Advocate Deep Narayan argued on behalf of CBI. During this, District Government Advocate Gulab Chandra Agrahari was also present. After hearing both the sides, the court ordered the verdict on the discharge application to be pronounced on March 6.