Court not expected to hold mini trial while examining whether prima facie case under UAPA exists: Supreme Court
Justices Ajay Rastogi and AS Oka

Court not expected to hold mini trial while examining whether prima facie case under UAPA exists: Supreme Court

The Court also made some interesting observations as regards grant of bail under Section 43(D)(5) of the UAPA and the factors determining membership in a terrorist organisation.

While granting bail to Thwaha Fasal and Allan Shuaib, accused under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) for having Maoist links, the Supreme Court today held that a court examining whether a prima facie case exists, is not expected to hold a “mini trial” (Thwaha Fasal v. Union of India).

Want to read the full story?

We’re glad you’re enjoying this story. Subscribe to any of our plans to continue reading the story.

Already have an account? Sign In

Related Stories

No stories found.
Bar and Bench - Indian Legal news
www.barandbench.com