Stan Swamy reluctant to move out of Taloja jail
Free Press Journal / by Staff Reporter
Plea for straw, sipper and winter wear pending before court as report from jail did not arrive on Friday.
While 83-year-old tribal rights activist Stan Swamy’s plea for straw, sipper and winter wear continues to be pending before the court as the report from jail did not arrive on Friday, Swamy’s advocate has made a plea before the special court on Friday seeking to be heard if Swamy is to be shifted out of Taloja Central Jail where he is currently lodged.
Stan Swamy files 3 new pleas seeking his bag, copy of hard disk and direction against jail transfer
Scroll.in / by Scroll Staff
Swamy’s lawyer on Friday confirmed to the court that he has received a straw, sipper and winter clothes.
Jailed activist Stan Swamy on Friday moved the special National Investigation Agency court with three new petitions, reported The Hindu. The pleas sought direction to the investigation agency to return Swamy’s bag, which was seized during his arrest, a clone copy of his hard disk, and an order not to transfer him from Taloja Jail, where he is currently lodged.
Father Stan Swamy files fresh application in NIA Court for his bag, clone copy of hard disk
Bar & Bench / by Neha Joshi
Advocate Shariq Sheikh appearing for Swamy, claimed that Swamy had heard from a jail official that he may be transferred to another jail.
Father Stan Swamy, an accused in the Bhima Koregaon case and presently lodged in a prison hospital, has moved the Special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court seeking return of his bag and also requesting for a clone copy of his hard disk, both allegedly under NIA custody.