Karnataka High Court adjourns Darshan’s plea for home-cooked food till July 18

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Published July 10, 2024 at 5:41pm

    Darshan had knocked on the doors of K'taka HC

    He has sought home-cooked food and personal items

    HC adjourns the hearing to July 18

Darshan, one of the accused in the high-profile kidnapping and murder case of Renukaswamy, recently approached the Karnataka High Court seeking permission to consume home-cooked food and access personal items such as clothes and books while in jail. However, the court has postponed the hearing to July 18, meaning Darshan will have to make do with the standard provisions of the jail until then.

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The case revolves around the gruesome murder of Renukaswamy, who had allegedly sent inappropriate messages to Pavitra Gowda. In response, Renukaswamy was lured into a shed in Bengaluru’s RR Nagar, where he was brutally beaten by the accused. The incident has sparked significant public and media interest due to the nature of the crime and the involvement of several individuals.

Darshan is identified as Accused No. 2 (A2) in the case, with Pavitra Gowda listed as Accused No. 1 (A1). All accused parties are currently in judicial custody as the investigation continues.

Darshan’s plea for home-cooked food and other personal comforts highlights the often harsh realities faced by prisoners, even as the legal process unfolds. The adjournment by the Karnataka High Court means Darshan must adapt to jail conditions at least until the scheduled hearing later this month.

The court’s decision on July 18 will be closely watched, as it will determine whether Darshan can receive the requested accommodations. Meanwhile, the legal proceedings and investigations into the kidnapping and murder case continue to advance, with all eyes on the outcome of this high-stakes legal battle.

Karnataka High Court adjourns Darshan’s plea for home-cooked food till July 18

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    Darshan had knocked on the doors of K'taka HC

    He has sought home-cooked food and personal items

    HC adjourns the hearing to July 18

Darshan, one of the accused in the high-profile kidnapping and murder case of Renukaswamy, recently approached the Karnataka High Court seeking permission to consume home-cooked food and access personal items such as clothes and books while in jail. However, the court has postponed the hearing to July 18, meaning Darshan will have to make do with the standard provisions of the jail until then.

Also Read: Auto driver and darshan’s fan who performed wheelie with UTP number arrested 

The case revolves around the gruesome murder of Renukaswamy, who had allegedly sent inappropriate messages to Pavitra Gowda. In response, Renukaswamy was lured into a shed in Bengaluru’s RR Nagar, where he was brutally beaten by the accused. The incident has sparked significant public and media interest due to the nature of the crime and the involvement of several individuals.

Darshan is identified as Accused No. 2 (A2) in the case, with Pavitra Gowda listed as Accused No. 1 (A1). All accused parties are currently in judicial custody as the investigation continues.

Darshan’s plea for home-cooked food and other personal comforts highlights the often harsh realities faced by prisoners, even as the legal process unfolds. The adjournment by the Karnataka High Court means Darshan must adapt to jail conditions at least until the scheduled hearing later this month.

The court’s decision on July 18 will be closely watched, as it will determine whether Darshan can receive the requested accommodations. Meanwhile, the legal proceedings and investigations into the kidnapping and murder case continue to advance, with all eyes on the outcome of this high-stakes legal battle.

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