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Had there been a provision in the prison manual for such circumstances, this would not have arisen, says lawyer-activist from Nagpur.
Condemning the arrest of five human rights activists, professors and lawyers in connection with the Bhima-Koregaon.
The defence lawyers for the activists argued that organising lecture series in JNU had nothing to do with the Elgaar Parishad and the Koregaon Bhima Shaurya Prernadin Abhiyan.
Such requests on behalf of the Republic of India can only be made by the Ministry of External Affairs, which formally submits the request for extradition to foreign countries through diplomatic channels.
His remark has come in the wake of the controversy surrounding the unilateral segregation of the name of Justice K M Joseph.
Lawyers Collective magazine 1983-2007