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Fringe elements are stated to be more active in Tamil Nadu and wearing the masks of NGO, Human Right organization and political groups to create political unrest: Justice Kirubakran Of Madras HC [READ JUDGMENT]

Lawstreet Journal 23 Sep 2020 7:20pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary Fringe elements are stated to be more active in Tamil Nadu and wearing the masks of NGO, Human Right organization and political groups to create political unrest: Justice Kirubakran Of Madras HC [READ JUDGMENT]

Justice N Kirubakran of the Madras High Court made some intense observations about the “extremists” and “fundamentalist” existing in our nation, while hearing out the bail plea of the accused member of the banned organization “Tamil Nadu Liberation Army”. He even stated that these extremists are acting against the very integrity of our nation and community welfare. 

The accused was alleged to be involved in various acts of violence disturbing the harmony and tranquillity of the society in the name of language, culture and separate country. In this process, he along with his other members of the banned organization have caused immense destruction of public and private properties apart from jeopardizing the lives of people. The Court examined the pamphlets which were allegedly prepared by the accused calling for “Liberation of Tamil Nadu as well as “Tamil Language”. 

The Court denied the bail petition of the accused observing that the appellant was charged with the offences of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, the Explosive Act and IPC in the present case and it will not be appropriate to grant bail to the accused for the investigation purposes and especially when the trial has almost come to an end. Thus, the appeal was dismissed. The Division Bench of Justices N Kirubakran and R Hemalatha gave the following opinions with respect to the case. 

Justice Kirubakran noted that, “This kind of fringe elements are stated to be more active in Tamil Nadu and wearing the masks of NGO, Human Right organization and political groups are creating unrest… Continue Reading...


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