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Shehla Rashid Gets Protection From Arrest In Sedition Case

New Delhi: A Delhi court docket has granted interim safety from arrest to Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU) scholar chief and Jammu and Kashmir Individuals’s motion chief Shehla Rashid, who has been booked below the sedition legislation for allegedly tweeting towards the Indian Military.

Extra Periods Decide Pawan Kumar Jain on the Patiala Home Court docket whereas granting interim bail to Rashid, stated: “Considering all the facts, I am of the view that matter requires investigation in detail…Till then accused shall not be arrested, however, she shall join the investigation as and when called by the Investigating Officer (IO).”

The court docket then posted the matter for listening to on November 5.

Throughout the course of the listening to, Extra Public Prosecutor submitted that the police had not even issued a discover to Shehla Rashid but.

The counsel for the accused submitted earlier than the court docket that his consumer is able to be a part of the investigation and would cooperate with the police.

The general public prosecutor additionally submitted that the police has not acquired any grievance from the Military.

He additional added that the police wants a considerable time of a minimum of six weeks to probe the matter.

Shehla Rashid was booked on Friday for sedition over her feedback about alleged human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir, police stated.

The Delhi Police’s Particular Cell stated that the FIR was registered on September three and Rashid, who can also be a JNU Ph.D scholar, was booked for sedition on a legal grievance by Supreme Court docket lawyer Alok Srivastav who had sought her arrest.

“An FIR has been registered against her under sections 124-A (sedition), 153A (promoting enmity), 153 (provocation with intent to cause riot), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) and 505 (statements conducing to public mischief) of the Indian Penal Code for allegedly tweeting false information about Army raids in the Kashmir Valley based on a complaint filed by Supreme Court lawyer Alakh Alok Srivastava,” a senior police officer stated.

In a collection of tweets, Rashid had claimed that the Indian Military was indiscriminately choosing up males, raiding homes and torturing folks within the valley.

She claimed that human rights abuses had been being carried out in Kashmir.

The allegations had drawn sharp reactions. Rashid, nonetheless, had stated that she was prepared to present the proof when the Indian Military constitutes an inquiry.

The Indian Military has formally rejected Rashid’s claims and referred to as them “baseless” and “unverified”.

After the Military dismissed her claims, many accused Rashid of spreading pretend information to disrupt peace within the Valley.

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