Public Prosecutor's report cannot be supplied to accused while extending remand under UAPA: Delhi High Court

The High Court said that the special court would not be required to give reasons as to how a prima facie offence under UAPA is made out because it would entail disclosure of the investigation.
UAPA, Delhi High Court
UAPA, Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court held on Friday that at the time of extension of remand beyond the initial period of 90 days under Section 43(D)(2) of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), the report furnished by the public prosecutor cannot be supplied to the accused.

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