High Court’s Notice To Gujarat Government On Activist Teesta Setalvad’s Bail Plea

Teesta Setalvad was captured in June for purportedly manufacturing proof to outline “honest individuals” in the 2002 Gujarat revolt cases.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday looked for the Gujarat government’s reaction on friendly lobbyist Teesta Setalvad’s bail request and posted the matter for hearing on August 25.

Ms Setalvad was captured in June for purportedly manufacturing proof to outline “honest individuals” in the 2002 Gujarat revolt cases.

A seat headed by Justice U Lalit gave notice to the state on her supplication.

On August 3, the Gujarat High Court gave notice to the state government on the supplication and had fixed the matter for hearing on September 19.

Before this, on July 30, a meetings court in Ahmedabad dismissed the bail utilizations of Setalvad and previous chief general of police R B Sreekumar for the situation, saying their delivery will make an impression on miscreants that an individual can even out charges without any potential repercussions and pull off it.

Teests Setalvad and RB Sreekumar, who was likewise captured in June, are blamed for manufacturing proof to outline “honest individuals” in the post-Godhra revolt cases.

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Previous IPS official Sanjiv Bhatt, the third denounced for the situation, has not applied for bail. Bhatt was at that point in prison for one more crook matter when he was captured for this situation.