Bring Hindu guarantors, Akola cops said to have told riot-accused released on bail


Police in Maharashtra’s Akola have allegedly asked all accused released on bail after recent communal riots in the city to bring Hindu guarantors as surety — a move that contradicts three Bombay high court verdicts since 2000 against cross-surety as a bail condition.


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