Bombay High Court grants bail to temple priest accused of cultivating cannabis in temple premises

“The charge-sheet, prima-facie, does not suggest that temple from which ganja was recovered, was in his exclusive possession of the priest,” the bench reasoned.
Bombay High Court
Bombay High Court

The Bombay High Court recently granted bail to a temple priest in Shirur, Pune booked by police for allegedly cultivating cannabis in the temple premises [Shantaram Dhoble v. State of Maharashtra].

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