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Sudha Bharadwaj moves Bombay HC against NIA court rejecting interim bail plea

Sudha Bharadwaj moves Bombay HC against NIA court rejecting interim bail plea

The Indian Express / by Espress News Service

Activist Sudha Bharadwaj (58), currently lodged in Mumbai’s Byculla Women’s jail – where an inmate had tested positive for Covid-19 last month – had sought temporary bail before the special court on medical grounds in view of the pandemic. The plea was rejected by the court.
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NIA wants to question Gautam Navlakha again

NIA wants to question Gautam Navlakha again

Hindustan Times / by Charul Shah

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has moved an application to once again obtain the custody of civil rights activist Gautam Navlakha who was arrested in the Elgar Parishad case after he surrendered at the agency’s Delhi office on April 14…
Meanwhile, Navlakha has sought bail as the agency has failed to file a charge sheet within 90 days.
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Gautam Navlakha’s petitions are scheduled for hearing on June 26, 2020.


Special court hears Varavara Rao´s and Shoma Sen´s bail plea

Special court hears Varavara Rao´s and Shoma Sen´s bail plea

19/06/2020

By The Real Anand Teltumbde / @TeltumbdeA

Court Updates June 19: Hearing for VV Rao’s Bail Application further extended to 26 June. For Shoma Sen the court has granted permission to the lawyers to speak to her over a whatsapp call for 10 minutes to better understand her health condition. The court has scheduled the hearing for Sen’s plea on June 26 as well.

SPECIAL COURT HEARS VARAVARA RAO’S INTERIM BAIL PLEA

20/06/2020

Hindustan Times / by Charul Shah

Veteran Telugu poet P Varavara Rao’s plea for interim bail was heard on Friday by the special judge, almost a month after Rao moved the special court seeking interim bail on May 15 … Meanwhile lawyers for Dr Shoma Sen obtained permission to speak to her through video call before making submissions on the interim bail filed for her.
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Accused Take Devendra Fadnavis, Two Hindutva Leaders to Court/ Challenging case transfer to NIA [Read Petition]

Accused Take Devendra Fadnavis, Two Hindutva Leaders to Court/ Challenging case transfer to NIA [Read Petition]

The Wire / by Sukanya Shantha

The activists, Surendra Gadling and Sudhir Dhawale, have also sought response from the NIA for taking over the case 600 days after the Pune police’s investigation began.
Mumbai: After spending close to 750 days in jail, human rights activist Surendra Gadling and anti-caste activist and poet Sudhir Dhawale have challenged the state’s narrative of holding them and nine other human rights activists and lawyers in the prison and accusing them of being “urban Naxals”.
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ACCUSED CHALLENGE TRANSFER OF INVESTIGATION TO NIA [Read Petition]

Live Law / by Nitish Kashyap

Advocate Surendra Gadling and Activist Sudhir Dhawale, both accused of having maoist links and inciting the caste based violence that took place at at Koregaon Bhima on January 1, 2018 have filed a writ petition challenging the order of transfer of investigation in the case from Pune police to the National Investigation Agency passed by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs.
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PETITION FILED IN BOMBAY HIGH COURT CHALLENGING TRANSFER OF CASE INVESTIGATION TO NIA

The Leaflet / by Ujjaini Chatterji

A Writ Petition has been filed before the High Court of Maharashtra at Bombay, challenging the transfer of the investigation for Bhima Koregaon and Elgar Parishad cases, to the National Investigation Agency (NIA). The Petitioners in the writ are Advocate Surendra Gadling, prominent lawyer who is famous for his court craft and immense knowledge of criminal law, and Sudhir Dhawale, a freelance journalist and anti-caste activist. Both of them are presently lodged in the Taloja Central jail for their alleged involvement in the case.
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SC Defers Hearing On NIA Petition Against Gautam Navlakha

SC Defers Hearing On NIA Petition Against Gautam Navlakha

India Legal / by India Legal

The Supreme Court has today asked the National Investigation Agency to provide Gautam Navlakha’s Counsel with a copy of its petition, while adjourning the matter till July 6. The interim order of the Court ordering stay on the Delhi High Court’s order will continue till then.
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Gadchiroli court rejects ‘Naxalite’ Varavara Rao’s bail plea

Gadchiroli court rejects ‘Naxalite’ Varavara Rao’s bail plea

The Times of India / by Vaibhav Ganjapure

Nagpur: The Gadchiroli sessions court has rejected the bail application of alleged Maoist Varavara Rao in the case of 39 trucks being burned by Naxalites on December 23, 2016. The 81-year-old applied for bail on the grounds of old age due to which he was a high risk for Covid-19 virus. He is currently in Taloja jail in Navi Mumbai.
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Update (June 12) regarding other bail hearing before special NIA Court
By Stand With Anand: Today judge and medical reports from Taloja jail & hospital were there. Time has been required by court to go through. Bail hearing is postponed to next Friday, 19 June.


Court seeks medical reports of Shoma Sen

Court seeks medical reports of Shoma Sen

The Hindu / by Sonam Saigal

A special court on Friday directed Byculla jail authorities to submit, on June 19, the medical reports of professor Shoma Sen (61), an accused in the Elgaar Parishad case who is seeking interim medical bail.
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Update (June 12) by Stand With Anand: Today judge and medical reports from Taloja jail & hospital were there. Time has been required by court to go through.
Bail hearing is postponed to next Friday, 19 June.


NIA court adjourns bail plea hearing of Varavara Rao

NIA court adjourns bail plea hearing of Varavara Rao

Hindustan Times / by HT Correspondent

05/06/2020

The special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court on Friday adjourned the plea hearing of Telugu poet P Varavara Rao to June 10, as prison authorities at Taloja jail have not submitted his medical reports.
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UPDATE (June 10): Poet Varavara Rao’s bail application hearing has been postponed to 12th of June due to unavailability of the judge today.


Unwilling to Give Delhi High Court Details of Navlakha’s ‘Hasty Transfer’, NIA Gets SC Stay

Unwilling to Give Delhi High Court Details of Navlakha’s ‘Hasty Transfer’, NIA Gets SC Stay

The Wire / by The Wire Analysis

After failing to raise jurisdictional issues earlier and undertaking to submit an affidavit on its handling of the matter, the government now says a single judge of the Delhi high court has no locus to hear a plea for interim bail under the NIA Act.
New Delhi: In a move that pits one constitutional court against another, the National Investigation Agency on Tuesday chose to rush to the Supreme Court for a stay rather than comply with an order by Justice Anup Bhambhani of the Delhi high court asking for the complete record of the process it had followed in moving Gautam Navlakha to Mumbai in a “frantic hurry”.
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