Live Law / By Live Law News Network
The Supreme Court today set aside the Bombay High Court judgment which had refused to grant additional time beyond 90 days under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act for filing the charge sheet against lawyer Surendra Gadling and four other activists arrested in Bhima Koregaon case.
The Leaflet / By Nihalsing B Rahod
Judgment is to be pronounced tomorrow, February 13, 2019, by Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul of the Supreme Court, which will pronounce judgment on the appeal file by Maharashtra government against the Bombay High Court decision refusing the cops a 90-day extension to file a chargesheet against the Bhima Koregaon arrestees, including Surendra Gadling, Mahesh Raut, Rona Wilson, Professor Shoma Sen and Sudhir Dhawale.
Scroll.in / By Sruthisagar Yamunan
The Delhi High Court acted almost immediately when Gautam Navlakha challenged his transit remand.
As the four weeks of protection given to Anand Teltumbde by the Supreme Court run out on Monday, the senior professor at the Goa Institute of Management faces the possibility of arrest in the Bhima Koregaon case.
The Wire / By The Wire Staff
Teltumbde has also been directed to appear before the investigating officer of the case on February 14 and 18.
The Bombay high court on Monday extended the interim protection granted to scholar Anand Teltumbde from February 11 to February 22 – the date it has set for the next hearing.
Times of India / By Vishwas Kothari TNN
PUNE: A special UAPA court in the city will hear on February 15 a miscellaneous matter arising from activist-lawyer Surendra Gadling’s plea to provide cloned copies of the 25 terabyte (TB) data, recovered by Pune police from the seized electronic devices of the activists held in the Elgar Parishad case, to all the accused.
Kractivist.org/ By Kavita Srivastava
The court today was attended by a large number of friends from Pune and the rest of the country. From distinguished senior counsel Indira Jaising to law college students, the group included several representatives from unions, Chhattisgarh Mukti Morcha and NTUI including its president Com. Vasudev, representatives from the PUCL, Bahujan Aghadi, and of other women and environmental were present in the court. All the lawyers including Siddharth Patil, Prakash, Nihal Singh Rathod, Shalini Gera, Barun Kumar, Sadiq, Sanobar Kishtewar were present.
The Leaflet / By Nihalsing B Rathod
While there are many lapses, the malafide intentions of the police machinery at the behest of their political masters are writ large. Justice D Y Chandrachud was not at all mistaken to call Maharashtra police “untrustworthy” in this landmark dissenting judgment in the Bhima-Koregaon case.
Business Standard / By Press Trust of India
Human rights activist and lawyer Sudha Bhardwaj, arrested in connection with the Elgar Parishad case, has moved the Bombay High Court to seek bail.
The plea was taken up for hearing on Wednesday by Justice N W Sambre.
Bhardwaj, through her lawyer Yug Chaudhary, challenged the decision of a Pune court that had rejected her bail plea in October last year.
The Leaflet / By The Leaflet
While Anand Teltumbde has protection order till February 11, 2019, the arrest made by the Pune police was illegal and was in gross violation of Supreme Court order, the Special Judge added. The Pune police are guilty of contempt of court for disdaining the order of the apex court, the Special Judge noted.
Anand Teltumbde (left) with his lawyer Rohan Nahar’s outside Pune sessions court. Credit: Nitin Brahme /The Wire
Scroll.in / By Scroll Staff
Teltumbde was arrested early on Saturday from the Mumbai airport.
The Pune Sessions Court on Saturday ordered the release of writer and academic Anand Teltumbde hours after he was arrested from the Mumbai airport in connection with the violence that broke out last year in Bhima Koregaon. The court called his arrest illegal.