Right-wing activist Sambhaji Bhide gets bail

NASHIK: Right-wing activist Sambhaji Bhide on Friday were given bail from a local court in a case filed against him over an alleged commentary that mangoes from his farm cured infertility and helped couples have male youngsters.

Sambhaji Bhide (87), chief of the Shiv Pratishthan Hindustan, had reportedly made the commentary all through a public rally in June this yr.

"I have never shared this with anyone except my mother. I have planted these mango trees in my farms. Till now, 180 childless couples took the fruit from me and 150 of them have had children," Sambhaji Bhide had claimed.

"If a couple wants a male child, they will have it after eating these mangoes. This mango is useful for those facing infertility," he had said at the June 10 rally.

Sambhaji Bhide on Friday seemed prior to Judicial Magistrate First Class Jaideep Pandey and was once granted bail on a private bond of Rs 15,000, his lawyer Avinash Bhide said.

The case was once filed by means of the Nashik Municipal Corporation at the instructions of the state further director (well being), Pune after a social activist approached the latter hard motion against Sambhaji Bhide.

He had earlier failed to appear prior to the court three times following which summons had been issued against him.

Sambhaji Bhide is also an accused in the Bhima Koregaon violence which happened on January 1 this yr when Dalit teams had organised a function to mark the bicentenary of Bhima Koregaon fight between the Peshwas and East India Company forces in 1818.
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