The Supreme Court pulled up the Himachal Pradesh Police for neglecting to record the examination reports relating to the rebellion argument documented against columnist Vinod Dua. The Bench of Justices UU Lalit, Mohan M Shantanagoudar, and Vineet Saran took up the supplication documented by veteran writer Vinod Dua looking for insurance from coercive activity according to a FIR recorded against him in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh.At the beginning of the present hearing, Senior Advocate Vikas Singh, speaking to Dua, named the police cross examination as provocation. He guaranteed that Dua got similar inquiries from the police on different events, and that the police has wouldn’t outfit subtleties of the grumbling.
Asserting that Dua was a “mindful writer” with a remaining of around 45 years in the calling, Singh said that he reserved the option to condemn the administration under the ensured the right to speak freely of discourse and articulation. This privilege was being influenced by virtue of police’s activity against him, Singh submitted. The Court has now directed the police to place the details on record in a sealed cover (Vinod Dua v. Union of India).
(By- Adarsh Khuntia)