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In the Sonali Phogat case, the Goa government has taken major action on Friday. In this case, the controversial Curlies Club was demolished by the government this morning. This restaurant was demolished for violating CRZ rules. This is the same club where the video of Sonali Phogat partying surfaced. It was in this club that Phogat was given drugs, after which he died a few hours later.

Restaurant owner Edwin Nunes was also arrested in connection with Sonali Phogat’s death. He was later granted conditional bail. A total of four arrests were made in this case. Officials say the first order for the demolition of the restaurant was issued by the GCZMA in 2016, which was challenged before the NGT by the management of ‘Curlies’. The matter was heard by an NGT bench headed by Justice Adarsh ​​Kumar Goel on September 6. The bench had upheld the order of GCZMA and disposed of the petition filed by the restaurant management.

Curlies Club named after Edwin’s sister
Goa Police investigation has revealed that the club where Sonali Phogat was forcibly drugged is not in the name of Edwin but his sister Lynette. Edwin used to handle the club in routine. Goa Police’s investigation may reach Lynette.

Sudhir and Sukhvindra’s remand extended
Sudhir Sangwan and Sukhvindra, accused in the death of BJP leader Sonali Phogat, were produced in the Masupa court on Thursday after two days of remand. On the orders of the court, the Goa Police has again taken both the accused on remand for two days. In the investigation so far, it has come to the fore that BJP leader Sonali Phogat was drugged by Sudhir Sangwan and Sukhvindra.

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In the Sonali Phogat case, the Goa government has taken major action on Friday. In this case, the controversial Curlies Club was demolished by the government this morning. This restaurant was demolished for violating CRZ rules. This is the same club where the video of Sonali Phogat partying surfaced. It was in this club that Phogat was given drugs, after which he died a few hours later.

Restaurant owner Edwin Nunes was also arrested in connection with Sonali Phogat’s death. He was later granted conditional bail. A total of four arrests were made in this case. Officials say the first order for the demolition of the restaurant was issued by the GCZMA in 2016, which was challenged before the NGT by the management of ‘Curlies’. The matter was heard by an NGT bench headed by Justice Adarsh ​​Kumar Goel on September 6. The bench had upheld the order of GCZMA and disposed of the petition filed by the restaurant management.

Curlies Club named after Edwin’s sister

Goa Police investigation has revealed that the club where Sonali Phogat was forcibly drugged is not in the name of Edwin but his sister Lynette. Edwin used to handle the club in routine. Goa Police’s investigation may reach Lynette.

Sudhir and Sukhvindra’s remand extended

Sudhir Sangwan and Sukhvindra, accused in the death of BJP leader Sonali Phogat, were produced in the Masupa court on Thursday after two days of remand. On the orders of the court, the Goa Police has again taken both the accused on remand for two days. In the investigation so far, it has come to the fore that BJP leader Sonali Phogat was drugged by Sudhir Sangwan and Sukhvindra.

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