[NSA Detention] Delay in deciding detenue's representation fatal to detention: Supreme Court

In view of procedural lapses by the State, the Supreme Court quashed the NSA detention of a doctor accused of procuring fake Remdesivir injections.
[NSA Detention] Delay in deciding detenue's representation fatal to detention: Supreme Court
Supreme Court, NSA

The Supreme Court on Friday quashed the National Security Act (NSA) detention of a doctor accused of procuring fake Remdesevir injections in view of delays on the State's part in deciding on a representation filed by the detenue-doctor and the failure to communicate the rejection of such representation. (Sarabjit Singh Mokha v. District Magistrate, Jabalpur & ors.)

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