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Final hearing in sensational murder case of Sankat Kulkarni on Feb 23

The Aurangabad city was literally shaken by this incident which took place during the day time.

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Parbhani: The final hearing of the sensational murder case of Sanket Kulkarni hailing from Pathri of Parbhani district , which shook the Aurangabad city, will begin from February 23 in the Aurangabad District and Sessions Court.

On March 23, 2018, Sanket Sanjay Kulkarni, a college youth, originally from Pathri, was run over by a car five to six times on the road and crushed under the car at Kamgar Chowk in Aurangabad.

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The Aurangabad city was literally shaken by this incident which took place during the day time.

After crushing Sankat Kulkarni under the car, the accused fled the spot along with their accomplice with the car. Sankat was rushed to Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) with injuries by his friends, where he was declared brought dead by the medical authorities.

Vijay Wagh, a friend of deceased Sanket and injured in the incident filed a police complaint.

Based on that, the police registered a case against the main accused Sanket Jaibhaye and his accomplices Sanket Macche, Vijay Jok, Umar Patel.

Meanwhile, the police arrested the accused in this incident and filed a charge sheet in the District and Sessions Court. So the government in this case special public prosecutor Adv. Ujjwal Nikam was appointed.

So far in this case more than 20 witnesses have been examined including the prosecution, eyewitnesses. Subsequently, on February 23, the final hearing of this case will held befor the District and Sessions Judge D. H. Keduskar and the final hearing in this case will be completed on February 24.

Special Government Advocate Adv. Ujjwal Nikam is arguing. District Public Prosecutor Adv.Avinash Deshpande, Adv. Siddharth Wagh is assisting.
On behalf of the accused, Adv. Rajesh Kale, Adv.Nilesh Ghanekar, Adv Bhale are looking after this work.

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