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Supreme Court confirms Anticipatory bail of Srinivas BV from interim to absolute in Assam case

New Delhi: Hon’ble Supreme Court of India today confirms Anticipatory bail to Srinivas BV, National President of Youth Congress in the Assam case. Srinivas BV, National President, Indian Youth Congress had, before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, challenged the decision of the Hon’ble Gauhati High Court whereby his petition challenging the FIR vide Dispur Police Station Case No. 692/2023 u/s 509/294/341/352/354/354 A (iv)/506 IPC, r/w sec 67 of IT Act 2000 lodged by Dr. Angkita Dutta, former PYC President, Assam was rejected, as also his prayer for anticipatory bail.

Srinivas BV has throughout maintained that the FIR in question is wholly false, politically motivated and initiated with Malafide. His Special Leave Petition was listed yesterday, that is 17/5/23, before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India whereby justice has been served as the Hon’ble Apex Court has granted Srinivas BV relief of anticipatory bail.

B.V Srinivas was represented in the matter by Adv. Mr. Roopesh Singh Bhadauria, Rajesh Inamdar, and Mareesh P. Sahay, Advocates before the Hon’ble Apex Court.

IYC National President Srinivas BV said that he has full faith in the judicial system of our country and he hopes that justice will be served finally in the matter.

National Chairman of IYC Legal Cell Adv. Roopesh Singh Bhadauria, who also filed a defamation case on behalf of Srinivas BV against Dr. Angkita Dutta said that Srinivas BV has an impeccable reputation amongst the public and carries a clean image which was repeatedly targeted and affected by this totally false and motivated case. He has an impeccable record of selfless public service. He has been made to suffer by this arm-twisting and politically motivated FIR and by total misuse of State machinery to harass and secure political points. The high handedness of Assam police was apparent by the fact how they raided the premises of Srinivas just to serve a pre-arrest notice that too with IPS rank officers during Karnatka elections. The timeline of these chain of events smacks of political overtone and colour.

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