Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] Jan 22 (ANI): Families of two people who lost their lives in last month's fire at the Kamala Mills, on Monday strongly opposed the granting of bail to the five accused by a Mumbai court.
Earlier in the day, the Mumbai Police filed a reply in the bail applications filed by owners of the '1 Above' pub, Jigar Sanghvi, Kripesh Sanghvi and Abhijit Mankar, as well as the owners of the adjoining Mojo's Bistro, Yug Tuli and Yug Pathak.
On Sunday, three people, who were arrested on January 20 in connection with the case, were produced before a Mumbai court.
The arrested people were identified as Ravi Surajmal Bhandari, partner of Kamala mill, Rajendra Baban Patil, fire officer and Uttkarsh Vinod Pande, supplier and contractor.
The lawyer of one of the accused, Uttkarsh Vinod Pande, said that his client was innocent and the allegation levelled against him was wrong.