UTTARAKHAND: The Supreme Court on Tuesday granted bail to Jitendra Tyagi who is charged within a case making anti-Muslim hate speeches at the Haridwar Dharam Sansad on medical grounds for three months. The Court directed him to give an undertaking that he would not indulge in hate speech and not give any statement to electronic/digital/social media
A bench comprising Justices Ajay Rastogi and Vikram Nath issued the direction in the special leave petition filed by Tyagi challenging the March 8 order of the Uttarakhand High Court which denied him bail.
During a trial, the State council said, “we have to maintain communal harmony at all cost. He should not make a statement of hate speech and if he does, we will arrest him. Bail will automatically stand canceled and we will arrest him u/s 41B of CrPC. As regards his medical condition is concerned, it is stable. He has some cardiac problems. The first FIR we are investigating as of now”,
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