Including Congress MP Shashi Tharoor and Anchor Rajdeep Sardesai in connection with the allegedly misleading tweet on the violence during the tractor parade of farmers on the Republic Day Violence case by the Supreme Court. His arrest was banned on Tuesday for the FIR lodged against six journalists. Tharoor and Sardesai, along with other journalists, were under arrest for their alleged misreporting of the violence that erupted during the tractor parade on January 26 and misleading tweets in support of the agitators, but the court granted relief to all these people The arrest has been stayed.
A bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde, Tharoor, Sardesai and journalists Mrinal Pande, Zafar Agha, Paresh Nath, Vinod K. On the petition of Vinod K. Jose and Ananth Nath, the Center and others have been issued notice and sought their reply. When the bench said that it is issuing notice in this case, senior advocate Kapil Sibal appearing on behalf of Tharoor said that no punitive action should be ordered against the petitioners till then.
The Supreme Court said that nothing is going to happen. Where is the danger Besides the Chief Justice, the bench also comprises Justices AS Bopanna and Justice V Ramasubramanian. The bench said that we will hear you after two weeks and in the meantime arrest will be stayed. Delhi Police had registered a case against Tharoor, Sardesai and others on 30 January. Earlier, Noida police had lodged an FIR (First Information Reports) against Tharoor and six journalists under various sections including alleged sedition. The officials had said that these cases were registered in connection with the violence during the tractor parade of farmers in Delhi.