The three student activists were not released from the jail on time citing lack of verification details of their addresses and sureties.
Delhi HC granted bail to two JNU students Natasha Narwal and Devangana Kalita and a Jamia Millia Islamia student Asif Iqbal Tanha saying in its anxiety to suppress dissent.
Natasha was granted interim bail for three weeks after her father's death and had surrendered in Tihar after the bail period ended.
Tanha's mother, Jahan Ara, was up the whole night on Monday and was praying for her son's release, his father said.
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Devangana's birthday is on June 18 and the bail could not have come at a better time, her mother Kalpana Kalita said.
Rules invoking stringent UAPA against them in connection with the Delhi riots was illegal
In the bail orders of Narwal and Kalita, it also observed that “if such blurring gains traction, democracy would be in peril.”
A protest by college students doesn’t shake the foundations of our nation, said the Delhi High Court which also cautioned the police against the mindless use of the UAPA.
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Activist Sudhir Katiyar said it is saddening that a regime could stoop so low to destroy lives, but heartening that one of the pillars of the constitutional setup is standing firm.
Less than 10 per cent of the total production of Covaxin to date has been supplied to private hospitals, while most of the remaining quantity was supplied to state and central government, it said.
The three accused were arrested in May last year in connection with the riots in north east Delhi.
The counsel had said the accused should not be granted bail as there were statements of protected witnesses in the case which clearly showed the alleged role of Tanha in the conspiracy.
A petitioner found highly obnoxious or objectionable posts put up by a user named as 'Islam Ki Sherni' and that the content uploaded showed abusive language written about Hindu gods.
The court disposed of the three pleas filed by persons who were finding it difficult to get the second dose of Covaxin after getting the first jab as they have been fully vaccinated now.
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