The bail application has been filed with a prayer to release the applicant on bail in the Case registered under Sections 153-A, 295-A, 505(2), 509, 420 IPC and Section 66 of IT Act, 2000, Police Station Charva, District Kaushambi during pendency of the trial.
The Supreme Court heard the petition filed by Noida resident Kazim Sherwani who was beaten up in an instance of hate speech turning violent and has added it to petitions against hate speech. Sherwani's plea had sought a fair and impartial probe into the incident which he said was occasioned......
The UP police had also named Twitter in the FIR as it failed to take down the tweets and allegedly allowed the video to go viral. The FIR was registered in the backdrop of an elderly Muslim man's claim in a video that his beard was cut off and he was forced to chant Vande Mataram and Jai Shri Ram.
The Court ordered: “Let the applicant, Mohd Kaif, involved in case crime, be released on bail on his furnishing a personal bond and two sureties each in the like amount to the satisfaction of the Court concerned with the following conditions which are being imposed in the interest of justice.
The Delhi High Court has said, in crimes which seriously endangers the well being of society, it is not safe to leave the crime doer only because he and victim have settled the dispute amicably, while dismissing petition seeking quashing of FIR by a Muslim man who married a Hindu woman allegedly hiding his real identity.