Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 6
The Supreme Court right this moment stated it wish to study the chargesheet within the Palghar lynching case wherein two sadhus and their driver had been killed by a mob on April 16.
Foreign jamaatis can go away India, says govt
Foreign Tablighi Jamaat members can go away India regardless of pending trials in reference to their alleged involvement in unlawful actions, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta informed a Bench. The Centre additionally informed the SC that lookout notices towards some have additionally been withdrawn
A Bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan requested the Maharashtra Government to file a replica of the chargesheet earlier than it for perusal. It additionally sought to know from the federal government concerning the motion taken towards the erring police personnel who allegedly remained mute spectators to the lynching, and posted the petitions for listening to after three weeks.
TV anchor Devgan’s safety prolonged
The Supreme Court on Thursday prolonged until August 31 the safety from coercive motion given to TV information anchor Amish Devgan in reference to a number of FIRs registered towards him for his alleged remarks on Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in one in all his exhibits.
On behalf of the Centre, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta stated the court docket ought to take into account if any policemen had been concerned within the offence and if there was any dereliction of responsibility attracting disciplinary motion. The Supreme Court on June 11 requested the Maharashtra Government to answer two petitions looking for separate probes by the CBI and the NIA into the lynching.