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Maharashtra: Two men sentenced to 3 years RI for beating up boy after quarrel during cricket match

Updated on: 04 October,2022 04:58 PM IST  |  Thane
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District and additional sessions judge at Kalyan SS Gorwade in his order on Monday convicted the accused of charges of house trespass, causing grievous hurt and criminal intimidation

Maharashtra: Two men sentenced to 3 years RI for beating up boy after quarrel during cricket match

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A court in Maharashtra's Thane district sentenced two men to three years of rigorous imprisonment for beating up a boy and his uncle over a dispute during a cricket match.


District and additional sessions judge at Kalyan SS Gorwade in his order on Monday convicted the accused of charges of house trespass, causing grievous hurt and criminal intimidation.



The court also imposed a fine of Rs 20,000 each on the accused Sachin Daulat Bere (27) and Viki Vishnu Bere (29), residents of Savroli of Shahapur.


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Additional public prosecutor Sachin Kulkarni told the court that the victim Pravin Shivaji Satpure was playing cricket with some boys in the locality on January 19, 2018, when a quarrel took place between him and the accused.

After the dispute, the victim went to his uncle's house and the accused followed him there. They beat up the boy and his uncle, the prosecution said. 

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