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Daya Nayak’s bail plea rejected
Tribune News Service

Mumbai, February 8
Suspended police officer Daya Nayak and his associate Rajendra Padte suffered a major setback today when the Bombay High Court rejected their plea for anticipatory bail. However, Nayak, who is accused of holding assets disproportionate to his known sources of income, has been given seven days’ time to surrender before the authorities.

However, should Nayak be arrested following his surrender, the Mumbai police would have to lodge him separately from other inmates in view of the threat to his life, the court ruled.

Meanwhile, Nayak’s counsel told reporters outside the court premises that they would approach the Supreme Court for relief.

Nayak’s wife Komal, who is also an accused being a conspirator in the case, however, managed to obtain anticipatory bail today. The bail was set at Rs 25,000.

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