Public App
Bikram Majithia hearing on bail: Akali leader caught in drugs case in jail for 5 months; 2 judges removed from hearing

Bikram Majithia hearing on bail: Akali leader caught in drugs case in jail for 5 months; 2 judges removed from hearing

The bail of veteran Akali leader former minister Bikram Majithia will be heard in the Punjab and Haryana High Court today. Drugs case is registered against Majithia. He is currently lodged in Patiala Central Jail. The double bench of the High Court will hear this. The first 2 judges have separated themselves from the hearing on the bail plea of ​​Majithia. Majithia has been in jail since 24 February. In the last hearing, the Punjab government sought time to submit the documents by the Punjab government and the lawyers of Majithia. After which the hearing was fixed for July 29. The hearing of the third bench was surrendered by Majithia on February 24 this year. A few months ago he went to the Supreme Court to dismiss the drugs case. The Supreme Court asked him to go to the High Court. The Chief Justice of the High Court had first formed a bench of Justice AG Christ and Justice Sandeep Maudgil. Of these, Justice Christ refused the hearing, after which the case was sent to the bench of Justice Rao and Justice Anoop Chitkara. However, Justice Anoop Chitkara refused to hear. Now the bench of Justice Ramchandra Rao and Justice Sureshwar Thakur is hearing this. Majithia has been made serious allegations against Majithia in the serious accused case. It said that drug smuggler Satpreet, who lives in Canada, also stayed in the Amritsar of Majithia and the government kothi in Chandigarh. Even Majithia gave him a car and gunman. Majithia continued to take funds from drug smugglers for the election. Apart from this, he continued to get intoxicated by putting pressure. He has also been accused of getting an agreement between drug smugglers. Although the Akali Dal continued to call it a political revenge action. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

Views:

July 29th 2022, 1:47 am
Amitesh Kumar
50 crores were found from Arpita's house: Jayalalithaa got 10 thousand saris-750 pairs of shoes, 1600 crores found near Sasikala

50 crores were found from Arpita's house: Jayalalithaa got 10 thousand saris-750 pairs of shoes, 1600 crores found near Sasikala