Even as the police moved the Judicial Magistrate First Class for Non Bailable Warrants against Narendra Faldesai and Prashant Faldesai in connection with the Balli carnage, Prashant has filed an anticipatory bail application before the Sessions Court.
Police are on the look out for Narendra and Prashant as they hold them responsible for setting the Adarsh Bhavan on fire at Balli in 25th May which resulted in two tribal youth being burnt to death.
However, in his anticipatory bail application Prashant claims that he was nowhere near the Adarsh Bhavan at the time of the incident and claimed that police are trying to implicate him in the case which has political connotations.
While expressing fears that the police will torture him if arrested, he also claimed that there is nothing to be recovered or discovered at his instance by the police.
The court while asking for the Crime Branch’s say on the application, has fixed the hearing on 20th June before the Additional Sessions Judge Vijaya Pol.