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Reply to actor’s plea in 2 weeks, HC tells Jiah Khan’s mother

DNMUM400833 | 11/15/2017 | Author : Dna Correspondent | WC :236



Mumbai: Rabiya Khan, mother of deceased actor Jiah Khan, was on Tuesday asked by Bombay High Court to file her reply to a petition filed by actor Sooraj Pancholi, seeking directions to the trial court to expedite hearing his case. Pancholi is? facing trial for charges of allegedly abetting Jiah’s suicide.
Justice Anuja Prabudessai made it clear that pendency of the petition will not stop the trial court from proceeding in the case. Sooraj has moved HC, alleging that Rabiya Khan, by way of filing different applications, has been purposely resorting to delaying tactics, when she has limited locus-standi in the prosecution case. Khan has to file her reply within two weeks.
Pancholi was arrested on June 10, 2013 following Jiah Khan’s s
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