Varun Dhawan questions HC decision for Jitendra's furlough

19th April 2019

Most of the Bollywood stars chose to maintain a distance from court cases, however, defying the same Varun Dhawan stood asking for justice in Keenan Santos and Reuben Fernandez murder case. According to the recent update accused Jitendra Rana who murdered Keenan and Reuben in October 20, 2011, is granted leave by Bombay High Court. 

Questioning Bombay HC decision he tweeted, "This cannot be allowed this man has committed murder how can he be allowed out. I knew Reuben personally keenan and he deserve justice we cannot allow this #mumbai"

Incident took place on October 11, 2011, when a group of men passed lewd comments on Keenan and Reuben's female friend, to which they both opposed. Later few men from the same group attacked Keenan and Reuben with knives and weapons, resulting in death of Keenan on the spot, while Reuben passed away a week later due to injuries. The main culprit behind the entire hideous act was Jitendra. 

It is also reported that Justice Bhushan Dharmadhikari and Justice Prakash Naik who are judges of this case, said, "The furlough arrangement has been statutorily made so as to enable the convict to maintain contacts with his family and society."

Check out Varun's tweet below-

Varun Dhawan questions HC decision for Jitendra's furlough