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Dr. Anand Teltumbde’s petition to quash criminal proceedings adjourned Petition said he was falsely implicated, arrest is stayed

Anand Teltumbde’s plea to quash and set aside criminal proceedings initiated against him allegedly in connection with the Bhima Koregaon case has been adjourned for Friday October 26. In the petition, Dr. Teltumbde has alleged that he has been “implicated in a false and fabricated case by acts of omissions, commissions and vengeance” on the part…

Gautam Navlakha plea to quash FIR adjourned by Bombay HC Navlakha claimed innocence on grounds of lack of evidence, questioned use of UAPA

Democratic rights activist and scholar Gautam Navlakha arrested allegedly in connection with the Bhima Koregaon case has moved the Bombay High Court and sought the quashing of the case filed against him by the Pune police. The petition was heard on Friday, October 19; the case was adjourned until October 26, and the court directed that no arrest…

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Dalit Migrant Workers Falsely Implicated in Bhima Koregaon Clashes! Watch this video to know more

The Pune Police’s first attempts to link ‘Maoists’ to the violence that erupted at the Elgaar Parishad programe, happened before the activists arrest. In January 2018, 8 men including 5 workers and a contractor of Reliance Infrastructure private limited were arrested in alleged connection with the Bhima Koregaon incidents of violence. These arrests, however, hardly…

Nobody from the Elgaar Parishad went to Bhima Koregaon: Justice Kolse Patil Teesta Setalvad in conversation with Justice Kolse Patil

In this interview with Citizens for Justice and Peace retired High Court Judge, Justice Kolse Patil tells us the purpose of the Elgaar Parishad and the accusation of a “plot” to assassinate the Prime Minister which was disclosed through a letter.   Teesta Setalvad (TS): Good Morning Justice BG Kolse Patil, and thank you for…

Crackdown on Activists Politically Motivated: Justice PB Sawant Those arrested had nothing to do with Elgaar Parishad says retired SC Judge

Retired Supreme Court Justice PB Sawant calls out the government’s ploy to use the recent nationwide arrests of activists to divert attention from a huge Hindutva terror plot. In this interview with Teesta Setalvad, he also clarifies that the Elgaar Parishad was not funded by Maoists and had no Naxal links either.

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