Karnataka high court protects twitter india MD manish maheshwari from UP police coercive Action in Ghaziabad FIR

The karnataka high court on thursday retrained the Uttar pardesh police from taking service coercive action against Manish  maheshwari, Managing director of twitter communication india private Ltd (TCIPL) , pursuant to the notice issued to him under section 41 A of the code of Criminal procedure in the Ghaziabad FIR.

The twitter employee was asked by the UP police to appear before Loni Border police station in relation to the investigation on the Ghaziabad video issue.

A single bench of justice G Narendra passed the interim order in a writ petition filed by Maheshwari under article 226 of the Constitution of india, challenging the UP police notice.

“Prima facie the petitioner is apprehending deprivation of liberty “, the bench orally  said.

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