HC Directs Hospital To Allow Varavara Rao’s Family To Talk To Him, Seeks Fresh Medical Report Of Sudha Bharadwaj
Live Law / by Nitish Kashyap
The Bombay High Court on Monday directed the Nanavati hospital authorities to again allow Varavara Rao’s family to interact with him via video call after the family expressed anxiety for not receiving any updates on his health by hospital authorities…
Thereafter, Sudha Bharadwaj’s appeal against rejection of bail came up before the same bench.
A Month on, Varavara Rao’s Family Says ‘No Update on COVID Status’
The Quint / by Asmita Nandy
After a video call, Varavara Rao’s family said his health was improving but he remained physically weak.
Jailed poet and activist Varavara Rao’s family said the 80-year-old, who was admitted to Mumbai’s Nanavati hospital after testing positive for COVID-19 on 16 July, continued to remain physically weak.
High Court: Let Varavara Rao make video calls to his family
Hindustan Times / by K A Y Dohiya
The Bombay high court (HC) on Monday directed the state to allow activist and poet P Varavara Rao contact his family using video calls, while following hospital protocol. HC also directed court officials to provide Rao’s family and the National Investigation Agency (NIA) copies of Rao’s medical report, which was submitted to the court last week. The next hearing will be held after two weeks …
In another hearing for an appeal filed by lawyer and activist Sudha Bharadwaj, advocate Ragini Ahuja appealed against a special court’s decision to deny Bharadwaj interim bail … The court has also sought Bharadwaj’s latest medical report. The matter will be heard after two weeks.