Tawade chargesheeted, 2 Sanatan Sadhak absconding in Dabholkar murder

HINDUSTAN TIMES, PUNE | 08 September 2016 17:04 IST

Three years after anti-superstition committee founder Narendra Dabholkar was shot dead, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) charged Right-wing Sanatan Sanstha activist Virendra Tawade with conspiracy and murder of the rationalist, identifying longstanding enmity between the two groups as the motive behind the crime.

Tawade, a 48-year-old surgeon, had personal hatred against Dabholkar since 2002, when the ENT specialist was carrying out activities of his Sanstha and its offshoot Hindu Janjagriti Samiti (HJS).



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