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KMSS leader Kamal Medhi granted bail

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GUWAHATI, May 13 � The Court of Additional Sessions Judge, Kamrup (Guwahati), which deals with cases related to prevention of land grabbing, today granted bail to Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti leader Kamal Medhi in connection with two cases (12/2014 and 13/2014) registered under Khetri Police Station. Medhi was shown arrested in these cases on May 5.

Medhi, the prime accused in the Pranab Boro self-immolation case, was arrested on April 19 in connection with the case (Dispur Police Station case number 327/2014) and subsequently shown arrested in six additional cases.

In the Pranab Boro self-immolation case, the bail petition was heard on May 12 by the Court of Sessions Judge, which fixed May 17 as the date for pronouncement of order, advocate Bijon Mahajan said.

Three other cases are fixed for case diary in the Court of Additional CJM on May 15. So far no bail application has been filed in connection with the incident of pelting stones in the house of a city-based businessman at Bharalumukh.

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KMSS leader Kamal Medhi granted bail

GUWAHATI, May 13 � The Court of Additional Sessions Judge, Kamrup (Guwahati), which deals with cases related to prevention of land grabbing, today granted bail to Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti leader Kamal Medhi in connection with two cases (12/2014 and 13/2014) registered under Khetri Police Station. Medhi was shown arrested in these cases on May 5.

Medhi, the prime accused in the Pranab Boro self-immolation case, was arrested on April 19 in connection with the case (Dispur Police Station case number 327/2014) and subsequently shown arrested in six additional cases.

In the Pranab Boro self-immolation case, the bail petition was heard on May 12 by the Court of Sessions Judge, which fixed May 17 as the date for pronouncement of order, advocate Bijon Mahajan said.

Three other cases are fixed for case diary in the Court of Additional CJM on May 15. So far no bail application has been filed in connection with the incident of pelting stones in the house of a city-based businessman at Bharalumukh.

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