She added that she had been falsely implicated in the case with ulterior motives and vexatious intentions.
The government has been mulling options for appropriate action against Khan and others for vandalising the property of the State.
JNU student Sharjeel Imam has moved the lower to seek bail in the sedition case against him after the Delhi High Court asked him to approach the lower court for bail.
The HC allowed Imam to withdraw his application seeking interim bail from the high court after special public prosecutor Amit Prasad said while the case essentially pertained to section 124A.
The former judge said what the State will think as disaffection is not clearly defined is very dangerous as getting bail under the UAPA is tough.
A bench of Justices Siddharth Mridul and Rajnish Bhatnagar is likely to hear the plea on Tuesday.
Salmaan Mohammed still wakes up in his sleep haunted by the thought of policemen in mufti barging into his bedroom and forcing him out of the house in the dead of the night.
All parties welcome Supreme Court ruling, demand that the law should be scrapped even before Centre’s review exercise
The top court said if a fresh case is registered under the IPC provision, the affected parties are at liberty to approach the courts for relief.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed the use of the sedition law and directed the Centre and states not to register any fresh FIRs invoking sedition charges until the law is reviewed.
SC uses soft language saying it would be appropriate not to use it; those charged under 124A can seek judicial relief
That Justice Ramana does not have too much time he is due to retire on August 26 must have weighed on the judicial minds when the Bench sought to expedite the hearing.
According to information obtained from the National Crime Records Bureau and the State crime records, there are three cases under Section 124 A registered in Andhra Pradesh between 2014 and 2020.
“The petitioners’ prayer is to take this law completely off the rule book and deliver justice to all these people,” he added.
Centre told SC that it would send guidelines, if approved, to states and union territories for preventing abuse by ensuring that FIR in sedition cases would be registered only after SP is satisfied.