Court records evidence of Bidre’s brother

Ashwini Bidre

Ashwini Bidre  

The Panvel sessions court on Friday recorded the in-camera evidence of slain policewoman Ashwini Bidre’s brother. The evidence recording had started on October 18, and Friday was the second day. Anand Bidre was made to identify the handwriting and the voice of his sister in audio clips.

The evidence recording of Mr. Bidre on October 18 went on for around three-and-a-half hours and on Friday for nearly four hours. “I was asked to identify the video and audio recordings and to verify if they were the ones which were found in my sister’s laptop,” Mr. Bidre said.

After she went missing in April 2016, a case of missing was filed in July following which the police found the video and audio recordings in her laptop in which she was being assaulted by accused police inspector Abhay Kurundkar. On October 18, the court had asked details about Bidre’s daughter and her custody following which she was also produced before court on Friday.

“The proceedings are going on quick and smooth. The next date for evidence is November 8,” advocate Pradeep Gharat, the special public prosecutor, said.

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Printable version | Feb 21, 2020 3:54:27 AM |

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