Let us write Open Letter to CM & CP about Bogus Chargesheets

Dear Friends,

As you are aware, we have made a huge difference by writing open letters in the past.


In November 2017, we wrote an open letter to Chief Justice of Bombay High Court, signed by 55 Riyo victims in Borivali National Park. As a result, Justice Badar was restricted from hearing Bhagtani's ABA matter by an order that said, "Not before any bench of which Justice A.M. Badar is a part".

In December 2017, we wrote an open letter to Maharashtra CM asking why Bhagtanis were still roaming free and enjoying life. This letter had physical signatures collected from 267 Bhagtani victims of different projects. Shortly afterwards, in January 2018, Diipesh Bhagtani was forced to surrender to EOW.


Friends, it is time for us to fire again. This time, the open letter has to be about defective chargesheets that the police have filed for Riyo and Serenity, and other projects also.  Let us send this letter to CM, Minister of State for Home, Director General of Police (Maharashtra), Police Commissioner and Joint CP-EOW.

To download the draft of open letter, click on this link.


In December 2017, copies of the open letter and signature sheets were kept in Mira Road, Goregaon, Andheri, Dadar, Churchgate, Powai and Mulund by various persons at their offices and shops, so that people could come and sign. Those who were abroad or outside Mumbai took printouts of the letter, signed it and sent it directly. 

I hope we can coordinate and gather at least 300 or more signatures this time.

If you don't live in Mumbai, you can take a printout of this version of the letter. 
Just take a printout, sign and send it! 

Please feel free to call me in case of doubts and queries.

ISSUED IN PUBLIC INTEREST BY
Krishnaraj Rao
9821588114
krish.kkphoto@gmail.com

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