Flat owner moves High Court against restraining order
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"Susairaj's suffering is over but I (Chandatri) continue to suffer till date," Memon said.
The appeals filed by the state government against the acquittal of Susairaj and Jerome under the murder charge, and those filed by the duo against their conviction, have been admitted by the High Court and may take three to five years to be decided.
Memon said Chandatri who has suffered "undue hardship" because of the seizure of the flat, wishes to sell it.
The release of her flat, in no way, would affect the appeal proceedings in the High Court, Chandatri's application states.
Adjourning the case for one week, the court has asked the investigating officer in Grover murder case to file his say in the case.
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