November 29, 2022
India Reacts Sharply To UN Special Rapporteur Tweet On Student Activists


New Delhi:

The resolution on bail for student-activists Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita and Asif Iqbal Tanha – launched final evening after spending greater than a 12 months in jail over alleged hyperlinks to riots that erupted amid stress over the citizenship legislation – might have pan-India ramifications, the Supreme Court mentioned Friday.

The courtroom was listening to a petition by Delhi Police to remain bail granted by the Delhi High Court. An earlier petition – to delay the three activists’ launch on grounds of delayed verification of addresses and sureties – was rejected by the trial courtroom yesterday.

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