Advoate RB Mokashi, while arguing in the court, said, “We have provided with all the reports but the prosecution is unable to make sense out of it, so they have no right to call my client guilty.”
Citing the submission of all the documents regarding the case, Mokashi appealed the court not to extend Bhujbal’s custody. He also alleged the prosecution of deliberately delaying the case to frustrate the investigations.
He also argued that since Sameer is cooperating in the investigation since day one and has not went absconding, the court should grant him bail. Mokashi also slammed the prosecution stating that it is just putting allegations but is unable to prove them.
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Homemade food please
Sameer Bhujbal’s lawyer also requested the court to allow Bhujbal to eat homemade food as he is not comfortable eating the food served to him in jail. However, the court has not yet responded to this plea and adjourned the case till March 10. It is learnt that the court can take a decision regarding homemade food on the next hearing scheduled on Thursday.