HC relief to man booked for killing mother for making vegetable instead of fish

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THE BOMBAY High Court recently granted partial relief to a man booked for killing his mother in Kalyan in 2011 in a “heat of passion” as instead of fish, she served him the same vegetable twice in a day.
The woman, who had prepared brinjal vegetable with potatoes, which had remained uncooked, was assaulted with an iron rod.
Justice Prasanna B Varale and Justice Shrikant D Kulkarni were hearing an appeal filed by Naresh Madhu Pawar, who was sentenced to life imprisonment by the Kalyan sessions court.
Setting aside the life sentence awarded to Pawar under Section 302 (murder) of the IPC, the HC convicted him under Section 304 II (culpable homicide not amounting to murder). It held that the attack was not premeditated and the accused had no intention to kill his mother.
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As per prosecution, Pawar and his mother Ekabai used to work at a brick kiln in Kalyan and stayed in a hut at the kiln. On March 29, 2011, as other workers went to their hometowns for Holi, Pawar and his mother stayed back.
Around 7 pm, Pawar had a quarrel with Ekabai and asked her why she didn’t prepare fish and served him the same vegetable again.
He then started to assault her with an iron rod, leading to her death. He was later booked by the Manpada police.
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