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Elgar Parishad case: Anand Teltumbde released from Taloja central prison

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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) court on Friday evening has issued a release memo for Prof. Teltumbde. Special judge R.J. Katariya permitted him eight weeks time to furnish cash bond of �1 lakhs. He is directed to be stay in Mumbai, within the jurisdiction of the court. He has been charged with several sections of the Indian Penal Code and the UAPA.
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Mumbai: Anand Teltumbde likely to walk out of Taloja jail today

Elgar Parishad case accused Anand Teltumbde's counsel Kapil Sibal trashed the evidence cited by NIA and told the Supreme Court none of it linked his client to any terrorist activities. "He had gone abroad 64 times, all at his own expense, and there is no evidence to show it was funded by the CPI-Maoist. He is an academician and the HC has given a finding after analysing the evidence. Why should the SC interfere with a well-reasoned order giving …

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Elgar Parishad case | Two years on, Anand Teltumbde walks out of jail

A division Bench of CJI and Justice Hima Kohli at Supreme Court dismissed the special leave petition filed by the NIA challenging the bail granted to Prof. Teltumbde by the Bombay High Court on November 18

2 months ago·India
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Anand Teltumbde, Elgaar Parishad accused, walks out of jail: ‘Unfortunate how the case was put on us’

Elgaar Parishad accused Anand Teltumbde told reporters, ""I am happy to be released after 31 months, but it is so unfortunate the way the case was put on us."

2 months ago·India
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Elgar Parishad case: Anand Teltumbde released from Taloja central prison

The 73-year-old was released a day after the Supreme Court rejected the NIA's plea challenging his bail.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Activist Anand Teltumbde walks out of Taloja jail in Navi Mumbai

Granting bail to him, the Bombay HC had made a prima facie observation that there was no evidence against Teltumbde of being involved in terrorist activities.

2 months ago·Bengaluru, India
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