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SC allows Discharged Persons to travel to their home countries upon giving undertaking before the Revisional Court in Tablighi Jamaat Case [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 19 Jan 2021 12:42am

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In an order dated 13.01.2021, a three judge bench of Supreme Court Judges comprising of Justice A.M. Khanwilkar, Justice B.R. Gavai, Justice Krishna Murari allowed discharged persons to return home Country on Furnishing undertaking to its registry under the case of Maulana Ala Hadrami & Ors v. Union of India.

The learned senior counsel, Dr. Meneka Guruswamy submitted that 8 petitioners of the larger group of 35 petitioners from Delhi, whose discharge order had been confirmed by the Revisional Court had been allowed to travel to their home countries upon giving undertaking before the Revisional Court.

“The rest of the petitioners have also been discharged but no revision application has been against them so far,” she said.

The learned Additional Solicitor General submitted that even other petitioners may give undertaking/bond, as given by other 8 petitioners before the Revisional Court, whereupon their request to permit them to return to their home country can be considered appropriately by making representation to the Nodal Officer, subject to compliance of conditions specified in the undertaking/bond. 

The Supreme Court further requested the High Court to dispose of the petitions made under Section 482 of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 (against the order refusing to allow prayer of plea bargaining, before the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad pertaining to criminal cases registered in the State of Uttar Pradesh) expeditiously, preferably within eight weeks  from today.

“The rest of the issues raised in these petitions will be taken up for consideration in the last week of March, 2021 on a non-miscellaneous… Continue Reading...


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