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Firing near Salman Khan house: Bombay High Court says can’t blindly order CBI probe into death of accused

Thapan was arrested on April 26 along with three other persons by the crime branch of the Mumbai police for allegedly providing arms to the other accused in connection with the firing outside Khan’s house.

He was remanded to police custody till April 30. Meanwhile, the police also invoked provisions under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act in the case.

On April 29, the police produced the accused including Thapan before the trial court after invoking MCOCA.

The court extended the police custody of three accused including Thapan’s till May 8 while the remaining accused were remanded to judicial custody on medical grounds.

On May 1, it was reported that Thapan had died by suicide, after which his mother filed the present petition before the High Court

Source: Barandbench

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