Labour Activist Nodeep Kaur Get Bails From High Court

Nodeep Kaur Get Bails From High Court

Labour Right Activist Nodeep Kaur grants bills on Friday by the prison  Punjab and Haryana High Court in an attempt to murder case. She has been arrested on 12 January in a Karnal jail in Haryana. She was granted bail to Nodeep Kaur for more than six weeks for questioning an industrial unit in Sonipat Haryana and demanding money from the company.

According to sources, Nodeep was protesting near the Singhu border, where thousands of farmers were protesting against the Centre’s controversial farm laws. Kaur also gave a speech on the Sindhu border.

Meena Harris claimed that Nodeep Kaur was being “tortured and sexually abused” in police custody. She also raised the issue that Kaur had been in custody for the last 20 days but now she released from the High Court order.

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A 24-year-old labourer lodged in Karnal Jail was released on bail. His lawyer Arshdeep Singh Cheema told The Trend Punjabi that she was released late in the evening

Earlier, Justice Avneesh Jhingan had said in his order that it would not be appropriate for the court to discuss the merits of the charges in detail while disposing of the bail application.

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