Bombay High Court rejects arguments of #RepublicTV that it was doing "investigative journalism" in SSR case. If a channel has information that could assist the investigator, it should not be part of news coverage, instead channel should inform the investigator about it - HC

@LiveLawIndia @republic The investigators don't listen to evidence. So #FIR was filed in #Bihar and #CBI was appointed as investigators As per @republic news what we heard during relevant time appears that #Arnab would have given to #CBI #SSR

@LiveLawIndia @republic Lordships must consider that whatever evidences given on screen are very relevant defeating claim of @MumbaiPolice that it was suicide. Why court didn't interven during material time suo motu and direct @CPMumbaiPolice to produce evidence of suicide in court?

@LiveLawIndia @republic @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice If even @TimesNow was alleging 3 bodies recovered from crime site why court was mute spectator and victim family had to go to Bihar and file #FIR ? Why apex court appointed #CBI ? There is some substance in news. Courts just can't one-sided regulate news...

@LiveLawIndia @republic @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice @TimesNow It's fundamental duty of court to ask for evidence. Regulating news may be fatal principle to #pithandsubstance of #constitution of 🇮🇳 This principle is laid down by none other than Justice Krishna Iyre

@LiveLawIndia @republic @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice @TimesNow It was need of hour that after getting such critical evidences court should have suo motu asked for investigation on concerned news items of 3 bodies, alleged murder of #dishasalian and could have regulated case under it's observation. There are precedents

@LiveLawIndia @republic @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice @TimesNow In this way judiciary cannot permit Police dereliction in duty. It means if there is suspicion telecasted evidence on various channels instead of orders of further investigation courts will restrict channels...

@LiveLawIndia @republic @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice @TimesNow This is violation of Fundamental Rights of citizen who is victim and also of freedom of press under Article 19 There may be mistakes but if demanded correction it's our duty of court and police to satisfy and clear doubts

@LiveLawIndia @republic @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice @TimesNow There are even allegations that material evidence at site was tempered with. There were visuals shown in support of claim. Why Mumbai Police didn't positively took these aspersions cast on them and came out clean ? Instead focusing on some #TRP case.

@LiveLawIndia @republic @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice @TimesNow Legally speaking two cases must be referred in this case which we always turn to is #ManekaGandhi case Krishna Iyre J said Supreme Court has held that the ‘procedure’ depriving a person of his ‘life or personal liberty must be just, fair and reasonable’.

@LiveLawIndia @republic @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice @TimesNow Fundamental Rights are #magnacarta State is duty bound to render justice. There may be some mistakes of channels but state cannot keep eyes shut when such grievous crime is alleged publicly .

@LiveLawIndia @republic @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice @TimesNow Kesavananda Bharati vs State of Kerala, considered among the most significant constitutional cases in India’s judicial history 13-judge Constitution Bench ruled that the ‘basic structure’ of the Constitution is inviolable & can't be amended by Parliament

@LiveLawIndia @republic @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice @TimesNow If basic structure gives you freedom it cannot be curtailed. Court ought to take cognisance that investigation is still pending under orders of appex court. It's for parties to get orders of suspension which never happened #Sahara case