- Curfew for journalists, including a Congress MP, in a treason case.
- The Supreme Court issued interim orders on the arrests.
- It is obvious that the trial will happen after two weeks.
MPs and journalists have approached the Supreme Court difficult the FIR filed in opposition to them by the Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh police. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, showing for the Delhi Police, mentioned the accused shouldn’t be harmed and will be adjourned until tomorrow. (*6*), senior lawyer Kapil Sibal appeared on behalf of the journalists. He requested that no coercive motion be taken till the Supreme Court accepts the case for trial.
Responding to this, the tribunal commented, “We have issued notices and no motion will be taken.” The bench comprising Chief Justice SA Babde, Justice AS Bopanna and Justice V Ramasubramanian made this clear. However, the Solicitor General contended that the tweets made by the accused had a devastating impact on the event of Republic Day. However, Kapil Sibal condemned the allegations and mentioned that any court would take motion.
An FIR has been registered in opposition to six individuals for posting false info and making feedback that might hurt the nation’s concord. Police have registered 4 FIRs in Noida, Bhopal, Hoshangabad, Multai and Betul in Madhya Pradesh. Leading journalist Rajdeep Sardeshai together with Mrinal Pandey, Vinod Josh, Jafar Agha, Paresh Nath and Anant Nath have been named in the FIRs. A person from Noida has lodged a criticism with the police alleging that (*6*) had unfold false info that the farmers had stormed the Red Fort after the Delhi police shot useless a farmer.