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Due To Non-Functioning Of NIA Courts, Continued Detention Of Person Accused Under UAPA Is Illegal: Plea Moved In Delhi HC [Read Petition]

first_imgNews UpdatesDue To Non-Functioning Of NIA Courts, Continued Detention Of Person Accused Under UAPA Is Illegal: Plea Moved In Delhi HC [Read Petition] Karan Tripathi19 May 2020 4:33 AMShare This – xPlea has been moved in the Delhi High Court seeking release of an accused who, despite being granted bail for other charges, continues to be in custody for a charge under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act due to the non-functioning of the NIA Special Courts. The petition claims that since the Special Courts have not been functioning due to the suspension of normal court…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginPlea has been moved in the Delhi High Court seeking release of an accused who, despite being granted bail for other charges, continues to be in custody for a charge under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act due to the non-functioning of the NIA Special Courts. The petition claims that since the Special Courts have not been functioning due to the suspension of normal court functioning during the lockdown period and risks associated with COVID-19 pandemic, the continued custody of the accused is illegal and without authority of law. The present criminal writ is moved by Aqil Hussain on behalf of his sister who was arrested by the local police in Jafrabad on April 09. The Petitioner submits that initially no details as to the charges and the F.I.R. against his sister were provided, and only contact between the family and the detainee was through phone calls facilitated by the officials in whose custody she was. When the information about the FIR was provided, the accused moved the Magistrate for bail. However, the Magistrate rejected the said application by informing her that the FIR contains charges under the UAPA. Subsequently, she moved the Sessions Court challenging the Magistrate’s order. While the Sessions Court granted her bail on the first FIR, she could not be released from prison as the second FIR against her contained charges under the UAPA. Due to the invocation of charges under the UAPA against his sister, the Petitioner submits, it is only a Special Court constituted and empowered under the National Investigation Agency Act which can extend her custody. Therefore, the Petitioner wants the court to issue a writ of habeas corpus against the Delhi Government and the Commissioner of Delhi Police, to produce the Petitioner’s sister before this court as explain as to why she should not be released on bail, or why her continued detention is not illegal.Click here to download the Petition Next Storylast_img read more

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Portugal receives fourth Viana do Castelo-class OPV

first_img View post tag: Viana do Castelo-class Photo: Photo: Portuguese Navy View post tag: NRP Setubal View post tag: Portuguese navy View post tag: West Sea Shipyards The Portuguese Navy received its fourth Viana do Castello-class offshore patrol vessel in a ceremony at the West Sea Shipyards, in Viana do Castelo, on December 28.NRP Setúbal, as the vessel is named, was launched in September 2017 and joins sister ships NRP Viana do Castelo, NRP Figueira da Foz and NRP Sines.Setúbal is the second of two OPVs built by West Sea Shipyards under a contract from 2015.Speaking at the commissioning ceremony for the third vessel in the class in July this year, Portuguese prime minister António Costa said that an additional seven vessels would be built for the Portuguese Navy. The order would consist of further six Viana do Castelo OPVs and a new multi-role vessel. According to the prime minister, the vessels will be worth almost 500 million euros in total.The armament of the new OPV will consist of a 30mm Oto Melara Marlin system, two 7.62 mm Lmg’s as well as two launching systems for MK55 Mod 2 mines.These vessels are designed to operate unmanned systems and are equipped with a single Sagem SA Vigy 10 MKIII naval surveillance and observation platform, three water cannons, and two rigid inflatable boats.Photo: Portuguese Navy Share this articlelast_img read more

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