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Bombay HC grants bail to former engineer of Brahmos accused of spying for ISI

“Bombay HC grants bail to former engineer of Brahmos accused of spying for ISI”, Verdictum, April 18, 2023:

“The Bombay High Court has granted bail to a former engineer of BrahMos Aerospace Pvt Ltd, arrested in 2018 on charges of spying for Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI, noting he has been in jail for almost five years and the trial in the case may not conclude soon.

A single bench of Justice Anil Kilor, while granting bail to him on April 3, also remarked that prima facie there was no material to suggest the alleged act was committed intentionally by the accused, Nishant Aggrawal.

The HC’s Nagpur bench allowed the petition filed by Aggrawal seeking bail on the ground there was no progress in the trial and that he has been in jail for four years and six months…”

Read the full article at verdictum.in

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