HC allows Lyndon to withdraw bail plea

PTI, PANAJI | 15 June 2010 16:53 IST

The Bombay High Court bench today allowed Lyndon Monteiro, close aide of former Goa Tourism Minister Mickky Pacheco and co-accused in the case relating to the death of a woman, to withdraw his anticipatory bail petition from the case.

In the order, Justice U D Salvi said the prosecution has no objection to Lyndon withdrawing his anticipatory bail application and it should be allowed to be withdrawn.

Lyndon's lawyer Atmaram Nadkarni said that his client was made accused after he disappeared.

"When he is missing and his anticipatory bail was rejected by sessions court, overnight he becomes an accused? How is this permissible under the law?" the lawyer asked.

Seeking Lyndon's presence when he has applied for anticipatory bail nullifies the very base of asking for the plea, he said.

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Goa CM and his team are so excited and full

glory on their faces. Now the way is clear CM

can do freely whatever or whoever he want to

select in his cabinet. Mickky left he was targetted such as CM, Churchill, Alexio, and

many more.. Now next they have Babush who create chaoe in the party, so decide not how to kickoff and rest Babush. Goa congress and partymen are so dirty politician you never no how they will change their stance.From Delhi to Goa congressmen corrupt and goons. .

- Brijesh, Goa | 17 th June 2010 18:17


Goa should now resort to "KANGAROO COURTS" similar to the one existing in Tamil Nadu. "Justice denied is justice gained" in Goa: Even your own lawyer "parts with you" to the opposition if he or she is offered a handsome reward to close your mouth.

- Emediavoices, Goa | 16 th June 2010 09:36


To keep common man's faith in the judiciary, it is essential to evolve mechanism for speedy disposal of cases and clear lakhs of pending backlog in various courts ! Even a schoolboy knows that justice delayed is justice denied! Long live our democracy!

- Vishwas Prabhudesai, loliem | 15 th June 2010 19:58


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