Karnataka Govt To Move Bombay High Court Seeking Permission To Produce Varavara Rao Before A Local Court In Alleged Naxal Attack Case
Live Law / by Mustafa Plumber
The Karnataka government has informed the High Court that it would be moving an application before the Bombay High Court or the National Investigation Agency Court in Mumbai, seeking to relax the bail conditions imposed on Telugu poet P Varavara Rao’s to allow him to appear before a court in Karnataka’s Tumkuru district, and face a trial pending against him.
K’taka HC disposes of Varavara Rao’s plea
Times of India / by TNN
The Karnataka police has told the state high court that 81-year-old Telugu poet P Varavara Rao would not be arrested till such an application is filed before the Bombay high court or the NIA court at Mumbai, and suitable orders for relaxation in his bail conditions are passed.
Won’t arrest Varavara Rao for now, govt tells HC
Deccan Herald / by DHNS
Varavara Rao, 81, is accused in the Venkatammana Halli blast case of 2005 in Pavagada taluk
The High Court has disposed of the petition filed by Telugu poet Varavara Rao after the state government gave an undertaking that Rao will not be arrested till an application is filed before the High Court of Bombay or National Investigation Agency (NIA) court and order is passed.