GOA

‪REMO FERNANDES‬‬‬‬



  • ‬‬ Goa police issued summons to performer and vocalist Remo Fernandes on Saturday, a day after he "verbally mishandled" a 17-year-old mischance casualty at the Goa Therapeutic Healing facility (GMC).

  • By, the young lady was harmed by an auto professedly determined by Remo's child Jonah Fernandes close Bodgini Sanctuary in Mapusa on December 1.

  • "The vocalist entered ward number 105 of Goa Restorative Healing facility on Friday somewhere around 3pm and 4pm and verbally mishandled the young lady," the minor's legal counselor, advocate Aires Rodrigues, said in his protest. The Agacaim police have documented a case under the Goa Kids' Demonstration against the artist. "There appeared to be a squabble between the young lady, her family and Remo, amid which the vocalist utilized harsh words against the 17-year-old. We issued summons to Remo to show up Monday," Monitor Jivba Dalvi said. On Friday, a FIR was enlisted against the 62-year-old artist under Segment 8 R/W 2 (m) of the Goa Youngsters' Demonstration. Police authorities at Mapusa station said that a "parallel examination is under path against Jonah Fernandes".

  • "The casualty has genuine wounds, it will set aside some time for her to recuperate. We have enrolled a case under IPC Segment 279 (rash driving) and Area 338 (bringing on grave damage, imperiling life or individual wellbeing of others) and will proceed with the test," said a police official. On the summons, Remo said, "Both grievances are all out untruths, manufactured by a man who wishes hard to insult me." Noted combination craftsman and playback artist Remo Fernandes, summoned by police for supposedly purportedly debilitating a minor young lady who was hit by his child's auto, has surrendered his Indian citizenship and turned into a Portuguese national, police said today.

  • "We have affirmed that Remo has as of now surrendered his Indian travel permit and taken Portuguese nationality because of which we will need to issue him summons through the international safe haven," police investigator Jivba Dalvi told PTI today. The officer said police did not know when did Remo surrender his Indian citizenship as he is right now visiting Europe.

  • He said police have as of now presented the summons to the Nonnative Provincial Enrollment Office (FRRO) which will forward it to the international safe haven. Police had yesterday issued another summons to Remo and Jonah as they neglected to show up before the Agassaim police headquarters in light of first summons issues prior, by virtue of his Europetrip. Remo was advised to show up before the exploring officertomorrowat4 PM and his child at 10 AM.

  • The 62-year-old artist has been blamed for undermining the young lady at the state-run Goa Medicinal School and Doctor's facility on December 3, where she is experiencing treatment after she was supposedly thumped around a vehicle driven by his child Jonah. By, the occurrence happened on December 2 when the young lady was strolling towards Old Goa to finish her pledge to St Francis Xavier when she was purportedly hit by Jonah's auto.

  • Jonah was occupied for rash driving. Pop vocalist Remo Fernandes, who is confronting charges of undermining a minor young lady, came back to Goa from his remote excursion even as a neighborhood court posted the date for contentions on his expectant safeguard appeal for the situation to January 5. "Remo has landed in Goa by a morning flight," his attorney Rajiv Gomes told after Goa Kids' Court dismissed the hearing in the expectant safeguard supplication to one week from now.

  • The 62 year-old vocalist has been occupied by police for professedly verbally manhandling and undermining a minor young lady at the state-run Goa Therapeutic School and Healing facility where she was experiencing treatment in the wake of being hit by an auto driven by his child Johan on December 2. ‪‪ ‪‪ ‪‪

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