Relatives of ailing poet and activist Varavara Rao, an accused within the Elgar Parishad-Maoist hyperlinks case, on Monday welcomed the Bombay High Court granting interim bail to him however mentioned the situations put forth by the court docket have been tough to be met.
“We welcome this order.But it is only a small relief. The conditions put by the court are difficult to be met. In the light of revelation on the evidence, the case itself should be quashed,” Varavara Rao’s nephew N Venu Gopal informed PTI.
Mr Venugopal mentioned their attorneys are on the job of getting obligatory documentation for Mr Rao’s launch on bail.
The bench granted interim bail to Mr Rao for six months on medical grounds, whereas directing him to remain throughout the jurisdiction of the NIA court docket within the metropolis throughout this era.
The court docket imposed a bunch of stringent situations on his bail, together with prohibiting him from establishing contact with co-accused within the case.
It directed Mr Rao to remain in Mumbai whereas on bail, make fortnightly WhatsApp video calls to the closest Mumbai police station, and prohibited giant gatherings or giant group of holiday makers from assembly him whereas he’s out on bail.
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