Supreme Courtroom Stays Trial Courtroom Order Directing Azam Khan To Give Voice Pattern

Azam Khan had challenged the July 25 order of the Allahabad Excessive Courtroom.

New Delhi:

The Supreme Courtroom on Wednesday stayed an order of a trial courtroom directing Samajwadi Celebration chief Azam Khan to provide a voice pattern in a case of allegedly delivering a hate speech and utilizing derogatory language in opposition to BSP chief Mayawati in 2007.

The voice pattern has been sought to match it with Khan’s speech, which was made throughout a public assembly in Rampur’s Tanda space in 2007 and recorded on a CD.

A bench of justices A S Bopanna and P Ok Mishra issued discover to the Uttar Pradesh authorities and the complainant within the case on the plea filed by Khan.

“Concern discover to the respondent. In the mean time, there shall be an interim keep of the route of the trial courtroom order dated October 29, 2022, and upheld by the excessive courtroom dated July 25, 2023,” the bench stated.

Khan has challenged the July 25 order of the Allahabad Excessive Courtroom which disposed of his plea and upheld the order of the trial courtroom in Rampur.

 The criticism was registered by one Dheeraj Kumar Sheel in opposition to Khan on the Tanda police station underneath SC/ST Act in 2007, charging him with delivering a hate speech and allegedly utilizing derogatory language in opposition to then chief minister Mayawati.

The case was registered in Rampur underneath the Indian Penal Code sections 504 (intentional insult with intent to impress breach of the peace) and 171-G (false assertion in reference to an election).

The police had additionally invoked part 125 of the Illustration of Peoples Act and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act in opposition to Khan.

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