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Plea To Interrogate Kerala Journalist Siddique Kappan Once more Dismissed


is presently lodged in judicial custody in a terror case

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A Mathura courtroom has dismissed the STF’s plea to interrogate alleged PFI activist-cum-Kerala journalist Siddique Kappan, dealing with terror expenses, about some incriminating doc present in his residence.

Extra District and Periods Choose Anil Kumar Pandey rejected the Particular Activity Pressure plea, saying that the accused can’t be allowed to be interrogated once more after the chargesheet within the case has already been filed.

Mr Kappan is presently lodged in judicial custody in a terror case, involving instigating unrest and funding it after the demise of a girl, set ablaze after her rape and brutalisation.

“The prosecution’s request at a stage when the charge-sheet has already been submitted within the courtroom can’t be accepted and deserves rejection,” ADSJ Pandey stated in his order on Monday.

In its plea to the courtroom, the STF had stated Mr Kappan’s Delhi residence was raided on November 11 final 12 months, throughout which a booklet of the outlawed terror outfit SIMMI with some handwritten remarks on its was discovered.

The booklet had been despatched to the Agra forensic laboratory for matching Mr Kappan’s handwriting to that on the ebook however the laboratory in its report on June 21 this 12 months has stated the 2 handwritings didn’t match, the STF’s plea stated.

Accordingly, the accused wanted to be interrogated concerning the booklet and the handwritten remarks on it, it stated.

Defence counsel Madhuban Datt Chaturvedi stated the STF had sought to interrogate Mr Kappan on a difficulty forming a part of a beforehand carried out and concluded probe.

It was not about any matter for additional or extra investigation, he stated.

After submitting the charge-sheet within the courtroom, the investigation on any level carried out earlier, can’t be allowed below part 173 (8) of the Felony Process Code, he stated.

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