3 Yrs After Her Arrest, Bharadwaj To Walk Out Of Byculla Jail Today
The Times of India Mumbai|December 09, 2021
Arrested over three years ago in the Elgar Parishad case, lawyer-activist Sudha Bharadwaj (59) is likely to walk out from Byculla jail on Thursday morning.
Rebecca Samervel

Mumbai: Bharadwaj was produced before the special NIA court on Wednesday, a day after the Supreme Court upheld the Bombay high court’s order granting default bail to her last week.

Imposing about 16 conditions, the special NIA judge said that she must furnish cash security of Rs 50,000. “She shall reside within the jurisdiction of this court. She shall not leave the jurisdiction of this court at Mumbai on being released on bail, without permission of this court,” special judge DE Kothalikar said.

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