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Baramati Firing Case: Ranjit Nimbalkar Succumbs to Injuries, Murder Charges Filed

Sagar Patel

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Baramati Firing Case: Ranjit Nimbalkar Succumbs to Injuries, Murder Charges Filed

Baramati, 30 June 2024: Ranjit Nimbalkar, who was critically injured in the Nimbut firing incident in Baramati, has succumbed to his injuries. He passed away during treatment in the early hours of Saturday, leading to murder charges being filed against the Kakade brothers.

The news of Nimbalkar’s death has sparked outrage among his relatives and supporters in the bullock cart area. Hundreds of people staged a sit-in protest in front of the Vadgaon Nimbalkar police station, demanding the immediate arrest of the absconding suspect, Gautam Kakade, and the return of the bull involved.

Ranjit Eknath Nimbalkar, a resident of Phaltan district in Satara, was seriously injured during the shooting incident on Thursday night. He was admitted (Baramati Crime News Today) to a major private hospital in Pune, where he underwent surgery on Friday afternoon. Unfortunately, he succumbed to his injuries early Saturday morning. Nimbalkar was known for running the Gyanjyoti Police Recruitment Academy in Nimbalkar Phaltan.

The incident stems from a dispute involving a prized bull owned by Gautam Kakade, which had gained a reputation for its excellent nature and performance in bull races. Kakade’s bull was recently purchased for Rs 61 lakh and brought to Nimbut on Monday after paying an additional Rs 5 lakh.

Following the incident, Nimbalkar’s family, including his wife Ankita, father Eknath, and friends, expressed their profound grief. Ankita recounted to the media that her husband was shot in front of their nine-month-old daughter while they were walking home. The crowd of protesters dispersed around 5:30 p.m.

Police Actions and Pursuit of Accused

Initially, the police registered a case of attempted murder against Gautam Kakade, Gaurav Kakade, and three others. With Nimbalkar’s death, the charges have been upgraded to murder. Shahaji Kakade and Gaurav Kakade, who hold pistol licenses and are former presidents of Someshwar Factory, have been remanded in police custody until Monday. The police are actively searching for the absconding suspects, with eight teams assigned to the case.

This tragic incident has not only led to a legal escalation but also heightened tensions in the community, as residents seek justice for Ranjit Nimbalkar.

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

I am Sagar Patel, specializing in business news reporting. With a keen focus on economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments,

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