Kanda moves Delhi High Court for anticipatory bailAugust 13th, 2012 - 12:31 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, Aug 13 (IANS) Absconding former Haryana minister Gopal Goyal Kanda, wanted in connection with the suicide of former flight attendant Geetika Sharma, Monday moved the Delhi High Court seeking anticipatory bail.
The matter will come up for hearing Tuesday.
On Aug 9, Kanda’s anticipatory bail plea was dismissed by a sessions court that said allegations against him were grave and serious in nature and that his application was without merit.
Kanda, who owned the MDLR Airlines where the 23-year-old Geetika was earlier employed, was booked for abetment to her suicide and criminal intimidation.
Kanda, former minister of state for home in Haryana, has been on the run since.
Geetika hanged herself in her north Delhi’s Ashok Vihar house Aug 5 and left behind a suicide note, blaming Kanda for her extreme step. Her autopsy report Friday confirmed there was no foul play.
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