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Advance bail plea of ​​professor who posted objectionable against Smriti Irani rejected

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Advance bail plea of ​​professor who posted objectionable against Smriti Irani rejected

The professor who posted an objection against Smriti Irani, dismissed the anticipatory bail plea. (File photo)

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The Allahabad High Court on Tuesday dismissed the anticipatory bail plea of ​​Professor Dr. Shaharyar Ali, who wrote an objectionable post against Union Minister of Textiles and Women and Child Development, Smriti Zubin Irani. Justice J.J. Munir passed this order while hearing the application for anticipatory bail filed on behalf of Dr. Shaharyar Ali. Ali is a professor in a degree college and is the chairman of the history department.

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The court said, “There is no fact here to show that the Facebook account of the petitioner was hacked and in fact he apologized on his Facebook account, which shows that prima facie the account is still held by him.” Is being run only. ” The court said, “There is also speculation that this post was shared by co-accused Huma Naqvi and that the content of this post is in fact something which can create disharmony among different communities.”

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The court said, “The petitioner is eligible to surrender and demand regular bail, which will be considered as per law.” In this entire situation, this court does not consider the case of granting anticipatory bail. Thus, the petition for anticipatory bail is dismissed. ” The petitioner’s counsel had argued that his client was being falsely implicated at the behest of the complainant in this case. The complainant is the district minister of the BJP. Objectionable post in relation to Smriti Irani, her client’s Facebook ID has been hacked.

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