Sangeeta Tyagi, widow of the Late Congress national spokesperson Rajiv Tyagi, who died of a heart attack on September 12 after taking part in a heated AajTak debate, is one of two who have filed an intervention application in the Sudarshan TV hate speech case that the Supreme Court is currently hearing. The other is author and researcher Dr Kota Neelima.
While hearing a case, the honourable Supreme Court has allowed a man released on bail to travel to US to revalidate his green card and held that the right to travel abroad is an inseparable part of Article-21 of the Indian constitution.
The honourable SC has cancelled the default bail of 3 persons accused under the NDPS Act and upheld the Hyderabad HC’s order wherein it was held that a bail granted under Section- 167(2) of Crpc can be cancelled under Section-439(2) of Crpc.
Recently, Uttarakhand HC ordered direction to register FIR against the CM TS Rawat, who was accused of bribery by 2 journalists. Today, in this matter the honourable Supreme Court has stayed the Uttarakhand’s court order and stated that “CM is not a party in this Crime”.