Such accidents keep happening… The owner of Rajkot Game Zone started laughing after pretending to cry in the court

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Tushar Gokani told reporters that Yuvrajsinh Solanki tried to put on an act in front of the court to express that he was full of remorse for whatever happened. Talking to reporters, Tushar Gokani said that when he entered the court, he tried to show that he regretted the incident and everyone thought he was crying.

Dhaval Thakkar, prime accused in Rajkot TRP game zone fire case, was arrested by Banaskantha crime branch police and Rajkot police from Rajasthan. Dhaval Thakkar, the fourth accused to be arrested in the case, hails from Abu Road in Rajasthan and had fled after the fire broke out at the game zone that claimed the lives of 28 people, including four children. Earlier, three people — Yuvrajsinh Solanki, Nitin Jain and Rahul Rathod — were arrested in connection with the Rajkot game zone fire case. Special public prosecutor Tushar Gokani said the court of additional judicial magistrate BP Thakkar sent the three accused to police custody for two weeks.

Tushar Gokani told reporters that Yuvrajsinh Solanki tried to put on an act before the court to express that he was full of remorse for whatever happened. Talking to reporters, Tushar Gokani said that when he entered the court, he tried to show that he regretted the incident and everyone thought he was crying. After five minutes, he was laughing and arguing with the court.

Gokani also said that the accused were brought to the court and 14 days of additional police custody was sought. Of the six accused named in the FIR, four have been arrested so far.

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