The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday deferred the pronouncement of its judgment in the petition filed by Twitter's Manish Maheshwari challenging the notice issued to him under Section 41A of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) by the Uttar Pradesh Police in relation to the Ghaziabad assault video..Justice G Narendar of the High Court said that he wants to go through the cited precedents once again so that there are no errors in the verdict and therefore, posted the case for judgment on July 20. "I want to take more time to go through the citations. The question of jurisdiction, I would like to go through the judgments in detail. I don't want to make an error. I will dictate order next Tuesday," the Court said. .Maheshwari had moved the High Court challenging the notice issued to him under Section 41A CrPC. This was pursuant to an FIR registered against Twitter and others in the backdrop of tweets on a video wherein an elderly Muslim man was asked to shave his beard and was forced to chant "Vande Mataram" and "Jai Shri Ram".The Uttar Pradesh Police had ruled out any "communal angle" and said that Sufi Abdul Samad, the elderly man, was attacked by six men who were unhappy over the tabeez (amulets) he had sold them.The FIR stated that the accused circulated a video of the incident on their Twitter handles without checking its authenticity, that they gave the video a communal angle, and intended to incite communal hatred between religious communities.Maheshwari was issued a notice under Section 41A and directed by the UP Police to appear before Loni Border Police Station as part of the investigation into the Ghaziabad video issue.He then moved the Karnataka High Court, which had granted him interim protection.."Not a boxing ring but a courtroom:" Karnataka High Court expresses displeasure on media reportage of hearing in Twitter's Manish Maheshwari case.In June, the Court had granted interim protection from arrest to Maheshwari..The matter was reserved for orders last week..[Manish Maheshwari] Let UP Police come to me, I am not interested in hampering investigation: CV Nagesh to Karnataka High Court.Senior Advocate CV Nagesh, appearing for Twitter India employee Manish Maheshwari, had submitted that his client did not want to hamper the investigation being carried out by the Uttar Pradesh Police. .The matter was reserved for orders last week.