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You can’t keep an eye on a 70-year-old sick person… Know why SC scolded NIA on Gautam Navlakha

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has rejected the application to withdraw the order to keep activist Gautam Navlakha under house arrest. Rejecting this application of the National Investigation Agency (NIA), the Supreme Court ordered that Navlakha be shifted from jail to house arrest within 24 hours. Gautam Navlakha is in jail in the Elgar Parishad-Maoist link case. The NIA had said in its application that Navlakha had links with the Maoists and Pakistan’s intelligence agency. In such a situation, the Supreme Court should withdraw its order of November 10 in which Navlakha was asked to be shifted from Mumbai’s Taloja Jail to house arrest. Commenting on the NIA, the Supreme Court said that if you are ignoring our order by finding some loopholes, then we will take it very seriously. If the whole police system cannot keep an eye on a 70 year old sick man, then it is your weakness. The hearing for about half an hour witnessed heated arguments.

Is Communist Party of India a banned organization

The Supreme Court also rejected another objection raised by the NIA. The NIA had objected to the location where Navlakha had asked to stay during house arrest, saying it was a hall and above the library of the Communist Party of India. Justice Joseph said that the Communist Party of India is a recognized party, so such objection has no meaning. Justice Joseph said, what kind of argument is this from a political party? I’m no understand. Is Communist Party of India not a recognized party or is it a banned organization?

If you are ignoring our order by finding some loopholes then we will take it very seriously. If the entire police system cannot keep an eye on a 70-year-old man who is ill, then you should look at your weakness. Don’t do such things. You are the state and can’t you keep a 70 year old man under house arrest?

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i didn’t mean to offend the court
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta strongly opposed the Supreme Court order allowing house arrest of activist Gautam Navlakha, accused in the Bhima Koregaon case, during a hearing on Friday, saying the nation cannot deal with ‘Naxalism’ (Maoism) with kid gloves. . That’s the concept I’m trying to present. I didn’t mean to offend the court. I am not apologetic about my assumption, but I am apologetic about the court. The bench said that Mehta has every right to express his opinion.

The door opening to the outside of the kitchen in the house where Navlakha will stay should be locked and sealed along with its grilled windows, the keys of which can be retained by the NIA. Another CCTV camera should be installed outside at the South Gate. The NIA is permitted to monitor the CCTV camera footage from a place of its choice.

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Mehta, representing the NIA, argued before a bench of Justices KM Joseph and Hrishikesh Roy that- this person (Navlakha) had links with the separatists of Jammu and Kashmir and the ISI. Seeking quashing of Navlakha’s detention order, Mehta said Article 14 of the Constitution says that all are equal before the law, but here is a case, which says that some are more equal than others. To this, the bench told Mehta that Additional Solicitor General S.V. The conditions that Raju wanted to be included were included in the house arrest order and in that sense it was an agreed order.



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