Chhota Rajan convicted in 2001 murder case of Mumbai hotelier Jaya Shetty

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The court docket is prone to resolve the quantum of punishment later in the day.

A particular court docket in Mumbai on Thursday convicted gangster Chhota Rajan in the case of murder of hotelier Jaya Shetty right here in 2001. Special decide for circumstances beneath the Maharashtra Control Of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA), AM Patil, held Rajan responsible beneath the Indian Penal Code provisions for murder. 

The court docket is prone to resolve the quantum of punishment later in the day. Jaya Shetty owned the Golden Crown resort at Gamdevi in central Mumbai Shetty, who was going through extortion threats from the Chhota Rajan gang, was shot useless by two alleged members of the gang on the resort’s first ground on May 4, 2001. The hotelier had been supplied police safety after he reported receiving extortion threats from the Chhota Rajan gang. However, his safety was withdrawn on his request, two months earlier than the assault.

 

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by DNA workers and is revealed from PTI)

 

 

 


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