THANKS to advocate Amit Nalavade’s hard hitting arguments; the Anticipatory Bail Application (ABA) of Ulhasnagar based gold and foreign currency smuggler Deepak Suhani was cancelled. The Kalyan Sessions Court has rejected the ABA of Deepak Suhani and his two gang members in an extortion case.
Additional Sessions Judge honorable DS Hatrote in Sessions Court, Kalyan on June 20, 2018 rejected ABA of Deepak Suhani and his associates. The court has granted them relief to appeal in Bombay High Court within 10 days.
On March 28, 2018 the anti extortion cell (AEC) of Thane police registered FIR (Cr. No- 69/2018) under sections 385, 387, 452, 504, 507 and 34 of IPC against Deepak Suhani, Haresh Goklani and Rajesh Bhatia on complaint of Anil Satnathi a businessman in Ulhasnagar. After registering the FIR Deepak Suhani approached Sessions Court, Kalyan to get ABA. Anil Satnathi felt the ‘climate of court’ was unhealthy. He hired Amit Nalavade of Bombay High Court for intervention. Amit Nalavade a resident of Colaba in South Mumbai and noted criminal lawyer in Bombay High Court rushed to Kalyan. He was also shocked to see the ATMOSPHERE of Kalyan court. The officials of the Honorable Sessions Court were going out of their way to help the Suhani gang members to get an ABA for reasons best known to them. Amit Nalavade’s solid arguments had the defence lawyers RA Nair and Prahlad Sonawane worried and they were unable to provide any kind of rebuttal arguments. Judge was also shocked when Nalavade presented the facts before the court. Judge was left with no option and he was forced to reject the ABA.
“Main Amit Nalavade Sir ka thankful hoon. Unhone jabardast arguments se Deepak Suhani ke lawyers RA Nair and Prahlad Sonawane ki bolti band kar di. Judge bhi facts jaankar hairan ho gaye aur unhone ABA reject kar di,” said Anil Satnathi.
On March 7, 2017 division bench of Ranjit More and Revti More Dere in Bombay High Court ordered Satish Mathur, DGP, to depute a senior officer for this inquiry acting upon a petition filed by Anil Satnathi. Thane AEC is investigating the case. The extortion FIR against Deepak Suhani is the part of investigation.
On November 18, 2014 Deepak Suhani was arrested with 3,354.540 gram gold by customs officials. Foreign currencies (Thai Baht, US Dollar, Singapore Dollar and Hongkong Dollar) were also seized from his Kalyan residence. Deepak Suhani suspects he was arrested on tip of Anil Satnathi. Suhani managed Dombivali’s Manpada police and got Anil Satnathi arrested in a fake rape case. Deepak Suhani allegedly paid Rs 12 lakh to Manpada police to book Anil Satnathi in a fake rape case. He also lost Rs 90 lakh when he was arrested by customs. Deepak Suhani was demanding those Rs 1.02 crore from Anil Satnathi.
“Deepak Suhani mujhse 1 crore 2 lakh rupaye maang raha tha. 90 lakh rupaye ka maal customs ne pakda aur 12 lakh usne Manpada police ko diye the mujhpar rape case karne ke liye,” said Anil Satnathi.
It is also mentioned in FIR that Deepak Suhani has threatened that he will kill ABI (Akela Bureau of Investigation) editor Akela as he is helping Anil Satnathi.