Jagtar Singh Hawara and Paramjit Singh Bheora, accused in the Burail Jailbreak Case, was produced in the Chandigarh District Court amid tight security. Interestingly, the accused changed their advocate as their former advocate Arvind Thakur had filed a petition against the proposed Bluestar Memorial.
Jagtar Singh Hawara and Paramjit Singh Bheora, accused in the Burail Jailbreak Case, were produced in the Chandigarh District Court amid tight security. A.S. Chahal, counsellor of both accused, said that Hawara and Bheora had removed their lawyer Arvind Thakur from the case and he would no longer represent them in court, however, Chahal did not say why Arvind Thakur had been removed.
Defence lawyer Chahal said that during Tuesday’s hearing, two former jail wardens, Jagtar Singh and Ashok Kumar, were cross examined.
A large number of police were deployed around the courtroom when Hawara and Bheora were brought to court and a 100 meter wide security corridor was thrown around the court premises. Vehicles were not allowed to pass. This was a severe inconvenience to other people who had business at the District Court Complex. January 4, 2013 has been set as the next date of hearing.
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