MAPUSA: Notorious Criminal Tarzan Parsekar, who is currently in police custody for his involvement in stabbing Ravi Shirodkar today, was admitted to North Goa District Hospital after he complained of body pain.
Police also said efforts are being made to take tough action against history-sheeter Tarzan Parsekar, with plans to book him under the stringent National Security Act (NSA).
Tarzan Parsekar had been granted 10 days of police custody as the main accused in the Ravi Shirodkar stabbing case.
Sources from the police said that Tarzan Parsekar complained of body pain, after which he was referred to the North Goa District Hospital in Mapusa.
Police said that it is on the lookout for one Manoj Singh, brother of notorious criminal Gajendra Singh (alias Chotu), who is allegedly involved in the stabbing of a Calangute youth.
“Efforts are being made to take tough action against history-sheeter Tarzan Parsekar, with plans to book him under the stringent National Security Act (NSA),” police said.
The Mapusa SDPO said the accused, Tarzan Parsekar, was convicted under Section 307 of IPC in an earlier case, and he was out on bail.
The 30-year-old youth from Calangute, Ravi Shirodkar, was stabbed in his abdomen in the wee hours of Saturday (October 1) near the Arpora-Nagoa circle.
He was shifted to the Goa Medical College and Hospital, Bambolim, where he underwent surgery. “His condition is not so good. We are monitoring the situation,” the SDPO said.