Pune: The father of murder victim Juhi Prasad has decided to approach the Bombay High Court after calling the Pune Police Crime Branch's investigations into the case "tardy and lopsided".
AN Prasad, who is a Patna-based advocate, said that the Crime Branch was trying to protect his daughter's boyfriend, Nimesh Sinha, who was present at the time of the crime.
Juhi was allegedly set on fire by Sinha's former girlfriend Anushree Kundra, a Bangalore resident, at his Pune flat in his presence in October 2011. While Sinha received minor wounds, Juhi succumbed to over 90 per cent burn injuries.
On the run after the incident, Kundra surrendered a month later....more
10:25 AM, Sep 10, 2012
Pune: The Pune cantonement court on Tuesday charged Anushree Kundra in the murder of 26-year-old Juhi Prasad on Tuesday. The court passed its order, charging Anushree Kundra under Section 302 (murder) of IPC. Earlier Anushree had surrendered before the Pune cantonment court and was sent to police custody till November 21. The Delhi High Court had on Saturday granted Anushree four-day anticipatory bail, following which she had to appear before...
01:19 PM, Nov 15, 2011