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CD case: Court accepts woman’s petition to be part of hearings in all related petitions


Team Udayavani, Jun 26, 2021, 11:23 AM IST

Bengaluru: The High Court today approved a petition filed by the woman involved in the sex video with MLA Ramesh Jarkiholi seeking to be part of the hearings on all the petitions related to the case.

Additionally, the High Court ordered to club all the separate petitions related to the case filed in different single-bench courts along with the public interest litigations.

The orders were passed during a hearing held by a divisional bench headed by Chief Justice Oak on Friday on a petition filed by city-based lawyer Geeta Mishra seeking to quash the order for the formation of the Special Investigation Team issued by the city’s police commissioner.

Supreme Court senior advocate Indira Jaising, arguing on behalf of the woman, also raised objections to the SIT’s investigation into the CD case and sought to squash the SIT’s creation order and make the woman a defendant in the public interest litigations related to the case.

The original petitioner and the government’s lawyers did not object to making the woman a defendant. Accordingly, the court issued notice to make the woman a defendant in the petitions.

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