Bombay HC Dismisses Gautam Navlakha’s Plea To Shift Him To House Arrest [read judgement]
Desolation of the anda cell / drawing by Arun Ferreira
Jail authorities should have considered books as an essential commodity during COVID: Bombay HC [read judgement]
Bar & Bench / by Satyendra Wankhade
“During such terrible times, nothing more could have provided solace to a jail inmate than a book of his choice,” a Bench of Justices SB Shukre and GA Sanap said.
Jail authorities should have considered books as an essential commodity during COVID-19 pandemic, the Bombay High Court observed while dismissing a plea filed by Bhima Koregaon accused Gautam Navlakha requesting to be transferred to house arrest from jail [Gautam Navlakha v. National Investigation Agency & Anr.]
Bombay High Court dismisses Gautam Navlakha’s plea seeking transfer from jail to house arrest
The Indian Express / by Omkar Gokhale
A division bench of Justice Sunil B Shukre and Justice Govinda A Sanap also directed the Superintendent of Taloja central prison to ensure medical facilities are provided to the petitioner.
The Bombay High Court Tuesday dismissed a plea by Gautam Navlakha, an accused in the Elgaar Parishad case, seeking transfer from the Taloja Central Prison in Navi Mumbai to judicial custody in the form of house arrest, alleging denial of basic medical care and other necessities.
Bombay high court dismisses activist Gautam Navlakha’s plea of being shifted from jail to ‘house arrest’
The Times of India / by Swati Deshpande
The Bombay high court on Tuesday dismissed a petition filed filed by activist Gautam Navlakha, an accused in the Elgar Parishad-Maoist link case, seeking that he be placed under house arrest instead of judicial custody in the Taloja Jail as it lacked basic facilities.
He had cited poor health and inadequate medical facilities and lack of basic necessities in prison, as grounds forseeking the shift.
Bombay High Court Dismisses Gautam Navlakha’s Plea To Shift Him To House Arrest
Live Law / by Sharmeen Hakim
The Bombay High Court on Tuesday dismissed a petition by senior journalist Gautam Navlakha seeking to shifted out of Taloja Prison and be placed under house arrest, instead, in the Bhima Koregaon – Elgar Parishad Caste violence case.
A division bench of Justices Sunil Shukre and GA Sanap said that whatever grievances Navlakha had in prison could be placed before the trial court for appropriate action.
Bombay High Court dismisses Gautam Navlakha plea to be moved from prison to house arrest
Bar & Bench / by Neha Joshi
Navlakha was granted liberty to bring to the attention of the Special NIA Judge all difficulties faced by him, which the judge was directed to redress as per law.
The Bombay High Court on Tuesday dismissed the plea filed by Bhima Koregaon accused Gautam Navlakha to be transferred from Taloja Prison and placed under house arrest instead.