New Delhi: NIA court denies bail to extremist Stan Swamy, An extraordinary NIA court on Monday dismissed the bail request documented by ancestral rights extremist Stan Swamy, captured in the Elgar Parishad-Maoist connections case.
Extra meetings court Judge DE Kothalikar dismissed bail requests of 83-year-old Swamy on merits just as well as on clinical grounds.
Swamy, a Jesuit cleric and lobbyist, was captured from Ranchi in October, 2020, and has since been held up at the Taloja Central Jail in Navi Mumbai.
According to his attorneys, Swamy is experiencing Parkinson’s infection and he has lost the capacity to hear from the two of his ears. He additionally experiences a few different afflictions.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) had gone against Swamy’s bail supplication saying test had uncovered that Swamy was a lifelong fan of associations, for example, ‘Vistapan Virodhi Jan Vikas Andolan’ and ‘Individuals’ Union for Civil Liberties, which were filling in as “fronts of the CPI (Maoist)”.
Swamy’s attorney Sharif Shaikh had contended that the NIA had neglected to set up Swamy’s association with the Elgar Parishad-Maoists joins the case.