After many bar associations passed resolutions to not represent students accused of sedition, the Karnataka high court on February 27 took serious note of these actions.

Bengaluru lawyers file bail plea for sedition-accused Kashmiri students amid protection

The bail application was filed after Chief Justice of Karnataka said that contempt proceedings would be initiated against those who try to stop the lawyers from filing the bail plea.

Bail plea for Kashmiri engineering students crosses Bar hurdle

50 lawyers expected to join legal team representing students

Advocates Challenge Hubli Bar Association Resolution Refusing Legal Aid To Kashmiri Students Arrested On Sedition Charges [Read Petition]

A petition has been filed by 24 advocates in the Karnataka High Court challenging the resolution passed by the Hubli Bar Association, deciding that non of its members would appear for three Kashmiri Students, arrested on sediton charge for allegedly raising pro-Pakistan slogans and posting it on social media.

Karnataka lawyers challenge Hubli Bar Association’s refusal to represent Kashmiri students charged with Sedition

A group of 24 advocates has filed a petition before the Karnataka High Court challenging the resolution passed by the Hubli Bar Association in relation to the three Kashmiri students who were charged with sedition. (BT Venkatesh and others vs State of Karnataka and others)

Advocates start arriving to file petition in Nalini’s favour

In a first of its kind in the State, about 200 advocates have arrived here on January 20, to file petition in favour of Nalini Balakumar who displayed ‘Free Kashmir placard’ at Manasagangotri the PG campus of University of Mysore on January 08.

Shaheen School: PIL Against Police For ‘Illegally Examining & Questioning’ Minor Students Over Anti-CAA Play

A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Karnataka High Court seeking action against the Bidar police for ‘illegally examining and questioning’ minor school students who participated in a play against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

Bidar sedition row: School head, student’s mother granted bail – The Federal

The bail condition states that they shall not directly or indirectly induce threat to anyone acquainted with the facts to dissuade him/her to reveal the details or tamper with the evidence.

Bidar Anti-CAA Play: Plea Filed in HC Against Interrogation of Minor Students

The petition seeks action against the police for the ‘illegal manner of examining and questioning of the minor students’.

Bidar Sedition Case: Karnataka’s Shaheen School sedition case: Bail granted to student’s mother, teacher | Bengaluru News – Times of India

BIDAR: A Bidar court in Karnataka on Friday granted bail to a student’s mother and teacher in the sedition case which was slapped for allegedly getting a group of Class IV students to enact a play with an anti-CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act) theme and hurl “communal slurs” at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Bidar court grants bail to the headmistress and mother of the student in sedition case

On January 21, students of the primary section of Shaheen School had staged a play that allegedly had anti-CAA dialogues.

Anti-CAA play in Bidar school: Bail orders of two arrested reserved

Headmistress Farida Begum and Nazbunnisa, the mother of a girl studying in fifth grade in the same school, are those arrested in the case.

Bidar sedition case: 14 days, struggling for freedom – Free Speech Collective

Schoolteacher and a parent have been in jail since January 30 for two simple lines in a school play that the police claim is seditious? Adv B T Venkatesh spoke to Geeta Seshu a day before he travelled to Bidar in Karnataka to represent the women in a bail application in the sedition case. Today, after hours of arguments, the case is now posted for orders on Feb 14, 2020, which will make it 14 days that they have been in jail.

Bidar Court Grants Bail To Headmistress & Mother Of Student Who Were Booked For Sedition Over Anti-CAA Play

A Sessions Court in Bidar, Karnataka on Friday granted bail to Fareeda Begum, head mistress of Shaheen Primary and High School and Nazbunnisa, the mother of a student, who were arrested over sedition charges for a play against CAA.

Bidar sedition case: Mother, teacher to be in jail for 3 more days, bail order on Feb 14 | The News Minute

The mother of the 11-year-old student and the head-teacher of a Bidar school were arrested under charges of sedition on January 30 over an anti-CAA school play.

Two women arrested in Bidar sedition case released from jail – The Hindu

Nazbunnisa and Fareeda Begum, who were arrested on January 30 on sedition charges, were released from Bidar district prison on Saturday evening after they fulfilled bail conditions and other formalities. Hundreds of activists and members of the Shaheen School management received and welcomed them as they came out of the jail.

Bidar sedition case: Two women get conditional bail – The Hindu

Principal District and Sessions Court in Bidar on Friday granted conditional bail to Nazbunnisa and Fareeda Begum who were arrested on January 30 on sedition charges.

Karnataka: Bidar court grants bail to student’s mother, school headmistress in sedition case

They were arrested by Bidar Police on basis of a complaint filed by a ABVP member alleging that a school play contained a dialogue that insulted Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Video | Abuse of Power, Gross Negligence by Police: Bidar Defense Lawyer

It has been just over a month since minor students of Shaheen Urdu Primary School in Karntaka’s Bidar performed a play critical of NRC-CAA on 21 January.

Bidar sedition case: 2 women to be in jail for 3 more days, bail order on February 14 – India News

Public Prosecutor woefully unprepared to face the defence lawyer’s one hour plus non-stop argument in court in Bidar sedition case.