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Gote wants Bhujbal to be made a co-accused in Telgi case

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Pune, Sep 11 (UNI) The hearing on former Samajwadi Janata Party MLA from Dhule, Anil Gote's application, asking that former Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister and NCP leader, Chhagan Bhujbal be made a co-accused in the multi-crore fake stamp paper will come up for hearing tomorrow.

Today 61 accused were produced through video-conferencing while prime accused Abdul Karim Telgi's wife, Shahida was physically produced in court.

Gote and Telgi's lawyers sought to know from the court as to how the CD's of the narco-analysis tests were leaked to the media on September 6. They said that by doing so, the prosecution has alerted the accused.

The court has also fixed September 15, for a hearing on Telgi's application alleging that doctors at the government-run Sassoon Hospital were trying to kill him.

Meanwhile, Special Judge Chitra Bhedi, today extended the magisterial custody of all the 67 accused till October 19th and instructed all those out on bail, to be present in court on that day, including former DIG Shridhar Vagal, who is presently in Arthur Road Jail and former Mumbai Police Commissioner R S Sharma, former DCP (Crime) Pradip Sawant and others.

The MCOCA Court also fixed October 19 for unsealing the remaining 11 CD's in the presence of all the accused.

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