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Kerala High Court Refuses To Stay Proceedings Against Ayesha Sulthana

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High Court Refuses To Stay Proceedings In Sedition Case Against Lakshadweep Filmmaker

Last week, Kerala High Court granted pre-arrest bail to Ayesha Sulthana within the sedition case.

Kochi:

The Kerala High Court in the present day refused to remain additional proceedings within the sedition case registered towards Lakshadweep filmmaker Ayesha Sulthana.

Considering a plea filed by Ayesha Sulthana looking for to quash the FIR or police case registered towards her by the Kavaratti police, the Kerala High Court mentioned investigation within the case was in a preliminary stage and extra time could also be required for finishing the probe.

Refusing to remain additional proceedings within the case, the court docket directed the Lakshadweep administration to supply particulars of the investigation.

When the matter was taken up, the counsel for the administration opposed the plea, submitting that the investigation within the case was in a preliminary stage.

A case was registered on June 9 below Section 124-A (sedition) and 153 B (hate speech) of Indian Penal Code on the idea of a petition filed by a political chief from Kavaratti.

Last week, the Kerala High Court had granted anticipatory bail to Ayesha Sulthana within the sedition case.

Granting bail, Justice Ashok Menon had mentioned there was no obvious indication in her assertion, which quantities to imputations or assertions prejudicial to the nationwide curiosity, nor does it propagate any class of individuals towards one other group of individuals.

Ayesha Sulthana was interrogated by the Kavaratti police thrice final week in reference to the case.
 

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