Bombay High Court extends gangster Arun Gawli s parole by five days

  • | Friday | 29th May, 2020

The Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court on Friday extended convicted gangster Arun Gawli's parole by five days and directed him to get a travel permit from the police to surrender before the Nagpur Central prison. The bench directed Gawli to file an online application to the concerned police authority seeking permission to travel from Mumbai to Nagpur within a day. "The concerned authorities shall within a period of one day then grant permission to the applicant to travel from Mumbai to Nagpur. The applicant shall then surrender before the Nagpur prison within three days thereafter," the bench said. On May 22, the court refused to grant him more time and directed Gawli to surrender at Taloja Prison in Navi Mumbai.

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