55 Bhagtani Riyo Victims at National Park Meet Sign Open Letter to Chief Justice

Mumbai, 6th November, 2017: About 60 victims of Bhagtani builder's Riyo project gathered yesterday (Sunday) at Sanjay Gandhi National Park at Borivali East, to discuss and debate about the way forward in their legal battle for criminal prosecution of Bhagtani and recovery of their money. Many topics were discussed, including approaching various agencies and seeking advice from legal experts. Also, an open letter addressed to Chief Justice Manjula Chellur was signed by 55 aggrieved persons who are intervenors in Anticipatory Bail Application (ABA) hearings being heard by Justice A M Badar. The letter raises serious concerns about Justice Badar's leniency and dubious orders.

This gathering of cheated flat-buyers signed an open letter to Chief Justice Manjula Chellur, complaining about Justice A M Badar's dubious orders favouring Bhagtani builders.
The signed letter will be dispatched by speedpost later today. Several others, including Chief Justice of India and Law Ministers at the state and center, and advocate general of Maharashtra, have been marked a copy of this letter.

Many aggrieved flat-buyers who were unable to attend the meeting, have said that they will download and send the letter separately in their own name. This word file is for their use.

Krishnaraj Rao


  1. Like they say Justice is Blind and Justice A M Badar Blind as a Bat.

  2. Hope this will open eyes of the system

  3. Instead of open letter, why not put a special application to CJ for change of Judge even before 15th Nov if there is doubt on Judge ??

    1. Except, it need not be "instead of". It can be "over and above" open letter.


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