Nagpur court extended parole of gangster Arun Gawli for 5 more days
Mumbai (ANI) : The Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court , on May 29, extended convicted gangster Arun Gawli’ parole by five more days and directed him to get a travel permit from the police to surrender before the Nagpur Central Jail.
Arun Gawli’s advocate Mir Nagman Ali informed the court that as per an order passed by another bench of the Bombay High Court last week , the gangster had appeated before the authorities at Taloja Jail in Navi Mumbai to surrender.
Last week, Arun Gawli had appeared before Taloja prison in Navi Mumbai to surrender but the jail authorities refused his entry in view of #COVID pandemic, says his lawyer Mir Nagman Ali https://t.co/0mAyyDSdSy
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But , the jail authorities refused Gawli’s entry in view of novel coronavirus pandemic , said by advocate Mir Nagman Ali.
Arun Gawli , who is serving a life sentence in a 2008 murder case , was lodged at the Nagpur Central jail. He was granted Parole on March 13 to attend his ailing wife Asha and was supposed to surrender on April 27.
Earlier , the parole leave was extended for a period of seven days due to coronavirus pandemic. On May 8, the period was extended for another seven days and the don gawli then approched HC seeking further extension till May 31.
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