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Uma trial will continue: Hubli court


August 23, 2004 15:51 IST
Last Updated: August 23, 2004 16:24 IST


A court in Hubli on Monday rejected a petition filed by the previous S M Krishna government seeking withdrawal of a case against Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Uma Bharti.

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A case was registered against Bharti for flouting curfew orders and unflurling the national flag at the Idgah maidan in the town leading to communal violence.

The Judge disallowed the petition on the ground it was "time barred", R R Patil, counsel for Bharti, told reporters.

The judge has reverted the case back to the first class judicial magistrate, which means the non-bailable warrant issued against Bharti will remain in force.


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Sub: Every MP have a right to break the law

Uma Bharati and every MP have a right to break the law. No one have a right to question it. It is the law of ...


Posted by Chandrakanth





Sub: sooooo

so we got down to this???there is nothing beyond this.This is shameful and unbelievable.By the way is the judge an Indian or was he granted ...


Posted by ram





Sub: Uma Bharati guilty as charged, life in prison!

This is entirely speculative, and the judgement of the court is well within the sight of the common man. In a country where Courts have ...


Posted by Ramesh Kapoor





Sub: Hail Uma

In these days where the standards set by politicians is so low, we need to appreciate Uma Bharati, in resigning and agreeing to appear before ...


Posted by kss





Sub: Uma' s case-sidelining judicial process

Hoisting national flag of course cannot be a crime ! uma is being prosecuted for defying court orders & most importantly for "ignoring" court summons ...


Posted by Tariq




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