Chandigarh, February 22
The Punjab and Haryana Excessive Courtroom will on Wednesday hear a bail plea of labour rights activist Nodeep Kaur, arrested on fees of extortion and try and homicide.
The bail utility of the 23-year-old labour rights activist had come up for listening to on Monday however on the request of the Haryana counsel, Justice Avneesh Jhingan adjourned the matter for February 24, stated Kaur’s counsel Arshdeep Cheema.
The court docket will now hear Kaur’s bail plea together with the matter pertaining to her unlawful confinement on Wednesday, stated Cheema.
Kaur is dealing with three circumstances that embrace fees of try and homicide and extortion.
A member of the Mazdoor Adhikar Sangathan and a resident of Giadarh village in Punjab’s Muktsar, Kaur is lodged in a Karnal jail after she was arrested for allegedly gheraoing an industrial unit and demanding cash from the corporate in Haryana’s Sonepat on January 12.
She was “falsely implicated” within the circumstances registered below Part 307 (try and homicide) of the IPC and different provisions by the Sonipat police, claimed her counsel.
Earlier, Nodeep Kaur was granted bail in two of the circumstances, primarily associated to extortion fees.
The Excessive Courtroom on February 13 had taken a suo motu cognisance of the matter pertaining to Kaur’s alleged unlawful confinement and had issued a discover of movement to the Haryana authorities for its reply by February 24. PTI