Narwal, at present lodged in Tihar Jail together with one other JNU scholar and member of the group, Devangana Kalitha, had been arrested by Delhi Police on May 23 in reference to a protest towards the Citizenship Act in February.
- Last Updated: June 30, 2020, 12:51 PM IST
Efforts will be made to present a Pinjra Tod member, arrested in a case associated to the communal violence in north-east Delhi earlier this 12 months, 30-minute conferences along with her lawyer twice per week by way of video-conferencing, Tihar authorities informed the Delhi High Court on Tuesday.
There was no objection to Pinjra Tod’s (Break the Cage) Natasha Narwal sourcing books from exterior, supplied the fabric doesn’t infract any provision of the jail guidelines, they added.
The submissions had been made by Delhi authorities standing counsel (felony) Rahul Mehra, representing the Tihar jail authorities, in response to Narwal’s plea that she be supplied books and studying materials to full her M.Phil, and allowed to have 30 minutes’ authorized interviews twice per week along with her lawyer by way of video-conferencing.
Mehra assured the court docket that, topic to changes which possibly required, efforts would be made to present two video-conferencing services of 30 minutes every each week for Narwal.
Noting the submissions of Tihar’s counsel and that the grievances of the accused have been resolved, Justice C Hari Shankar mentioned, “This litigation has ended on a happy note. The petition is disposed of.”
The court docket additionally positioned its appreciation for proactive strategy of Mehra.
Narwal, at present lodged in Tihar jail together with one other JNU scholar and member of the group, Devangana Kalitha, had been arrested by Delhi Police on May 23 in reference to a protest towards the Citizenship (Amendment) Act in north-east Delhi’s Jafrabad space in February.
On May 24, they had been granted bail by the trial court docket in the case, however moments later the Delhi Police crime department had moved an software in search of to interrogate them and formally arrest them in a separate case.