CPI(M) library, Agroli village: Gautam Navlakha’s new address during house arrest stay
The Telegraph / by pti
This is for the first time that I saw so many police personnel and media persons in here, says villager.
A nondescript library in a village in Navi Mumbai, a satellite city of Mumbai, is suddenly buzzing with activity as police personnel stand guard amid mounted surveillance, but villagers, unaware about who Gautam Navlakha is, discuss in hushed tone about the “powerful” occupant of the ground-plus-one-storey structure.
Activist Gautam Navlakha Walks Out of Prison, Put Under House Arrest
The Wire / by The Wire Staff
Activist Gautam Navlakha walked out of prison on Saturday evening, November 19, and was taken to a building in Navi Mumbai where he will be living under house arrest.
His release from Taloja prison after more than two years came nine days after the Supreme Court earlier this month granted his plea seeking house arrest on medical grounds.
Navlakha walked out of prison around 6 pm on Saturday. A police team took him to a building in Belapur-Agroli area of Navi Mumbai where he would be staying.
Gautam Navlakha released from jail, put under house arrest
Scroll.in / by Scroll Staff
The Supreme Court has allowed the activist accused in the Bhima Koregaon case to be shifted from jail on grounds of ill health and poor facilities in prison.
Activist Gautam Navlakha was on Saturday evening released from Taloja Jail in Navi Mumbai, where he had been lodged for more than two years, PTI reported.
After being released around 6 pm, he was taken to a premises in Belapur-Agroli area of Navi Mumbai, where he will be kept under house arrest, an unidentified police official told the news agency.
Activist Gautam Navlakha released from jail, to be placed under house arrest
The Indian Express / by Express Web Desk
More than a week after the Supreme Court’s order, Bhima Koregaon case accused Gautam Navlakha was Saturday released from Taloja Central Prison. He will now be placed under house arrest at a community hall in Navi Mumbai owned by the Communist Party of India (Marxist).