Sabarimala Violence: Kerala HC refuses bail to lawyer accused of leading mobNovember 8 2018
Taking note of the “unjustifiable vandalism” during protests against the entry of women into the Sabarimala Temple, the Kerala High Court today refused to grant bail to a legal practitioner accused of leading a mob which resorted to rioting, assaulting police personnel, and damaging several vehicles.
Justice Sunil Thomas, who was hearing the bail application moved by petitioner/accused Govindh Madhusoodhanan, rejected the plea on the ground that . . .
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