Bombay HC rejects the bail pleas of alleged ‘Urban Naxals’ Sudha Bharadwaj, Vernon Gonsalves and Arun Ferreira
The bail plea was moved in the month of August and the court had begun hearing on August 27. The court had reserved the judgement on October 7.
Bhima-Koregaon violence: Bombay HC gives relief to Gautam Navlakha and two others from arrest till November 21
The Pune Police had arrested Gautam Navlakha and four other activists on August 28 in relation with their alleged involvement in the Elgaar Parishad and the Bhima Koregaon violence.
SC issues notice to Gautam Navlakha on plea against release, HC initiates contempt proceedings against Gurumurthy for calling release biased
Interestingly, the Delhi HC has also initiated contempt proceedings against Journalist S Gurumurthy for calling out the alleged bias of Judge S Muralidhar.
Maharashtra CM Fadnavis welcomes SC judgement upholding arrest of 5 activists in Bhima Koregaon matter
The Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the arrests and also refused to constitute SIT and asked the Pune police to go ahead with their probe.
‘This is not a case of arrest because of dissent’: SC refuses to interfere with arrest of Urban Naxals
The apex court has asked the arrested persons to move to the trial court with their appeals and refused to constitute SIT.
Pahad Singh: Heard senior members talk about the ‘activists’ arrested, unarmed Urban Naxals same as gun toting Naxals
When asked about the term "Urban Naxals", Pahad Singh immediately says "Ye wahi hai" (It's them)
Most of the top Naxal leaders are increasingly becoming dissatisfied with the Communist ideology and are returning to the mainstream.
Watch: IG responsible for Pahad Singh’s surrender talks about how Naxals use sophisticated technology
Once caught, he said, the encryption on the emails have to be breached, which is often a difficult task.
Watch: Surrendered Naxal Pahad Singh says arrested ‘activist’ was present at high ranking meeting of CPI Maoists
Pahad Singh also said that many such people come to these meetings and instigate the Adivasis
These 'intellectuals' use their power to shape narratives to bend the government to their will.