NIA Arrests 83-Year-Old Tribal Rights Activist Stan Swamy in Elgar Parishad Case
The Wire / by Sukanya Shantha
Swamy has been questioned in the case on multiple occasions.
Mumbai: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has taken 83-year-old Jharkhand-based tribal rights activist and Jesuit priest Father Stan Swamy into custody. Swamy, who has been questioned at multiple occasions, is the 16th person taken into custody since June 2018 in connection with the ongoing investigation in the Elgar Parishad case. Swamy, who is suffering from multiple ailments, is the oldest person to be arrested in the case so far.
Video: Testimony of Stan Swamy, 6 October 2020
en | 7:48 min | Oct 6, 2020