Supreme Court: Journalist Kappan’s bail case will be heard in the Supreme Court on Friday

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Supreme Court docket: Journalist Kappan’s bail case will probably be heard within the Supreme Court docket on Friday

New Delhi: The Supreme Court docket agreed to listen to the bail case of journalist Siddique Kappan. The listening to of the case has been mounted for subsequent Friday. In 2020, he was arrested by the police when he went to collect details about the gang-rape incident in Uttar Pradesh’s Hathor. A case was filed in opposition to him underneath the UAPA Act. He has been in jail since then. Earlier, the decrease courtroom rejected Siddiqui’s bail a number of occasions. On Tuesday, the Allahabad Excessive Court docket granted bail to a motorist on this case. The motive force took Kappan and his companions to Hathors. Yogi state police additionally arrested him.

The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad Excessive Court docket lately rejected Kappan’s bail plea. Difficult the decision, Kappan appealed to the Supreme Court docket on Wednesday. On October 5, 2020, Kappan and his two accomplices have been arrested by Uttar Pradesh Police. They have been caught on the best way to Hathors. The motive force of the automotive wherein the Kappans have been touring to Hathor was additionally arrested. A Dalit woman confessed to gang rape in Hathor. At the moment, the entire nation was in an uproar.

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Uttar Pradesh police prevented journalists from going there. A delegation of Trinamool MPs was additionally intercepted by the police. However two Trinamool MPs reached the sufferer’s home with the assistance of locals in disguise. The Kappans additionally went to Akushthal to keep away from the police. Kappan did journalism from Delhi. The Uttar Pradesh police alleged that the Kappans had gone to Hathras to disturb peace within the space.

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