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‘Activist’ Rahul Easwar mocks Indian judiciary: calls Judges 'Savarna', tries to whitewash PFI man Siddique Kappan

WebdeskOct 11, 2021, 06:00 PM IST

‘Activist’ Rahul Easwar mocks Indian judiciary: calls Judges 'Savarna', tries to whitewash PFI man Siddique Kappan

Rahul Easwar, an activist from Kerala, had made a shocking remark against the Indian judiciary by calling the judges savarna. He has also tried to whitewash the PFI man cum journalist Siddique Kappan who is behind the  bars for trying to instigate riot in Uttar Pradesh. 

Rahul Easwar tweeted, “Hope Sri #SiddiqueKappan , his daughter & family gets justice fast. Sad to see an #Indian suffering in jail for 1 year for a crime "that he would have committed" Hopefully "dominant my community members" of #Brahmin #Savarna Judges show mercy to the jailed #Muslim journalist”.

The twitter bio of Rahul says that he is a ‘Hindu activist’. The same man speaking in favour of someone who is accused of trying to trigger violence, has raised several eyebrows. 


Kerala: Journalists hold protest demanding release of PFI’s Siddique Kappan, Congress leader V.D Satheesan attends

Journalists under the Kerala Union of Working Journalists ( KUWJ) conducted a protest in front of the General Post Office here on Tuesday, demanding the release of PFI’s man cum ‘journalist’ Siddique Kappan, who was arrested a year ago, while on the way to Hathras in Uttar Pradesh, to incite enmity between communities after the murder of a Dalit woman.

The protest saw participation by Kerala Opposition leader VD Satheesan who alleged that the Uttar Pradesh government was muzzling the press freedom by slapping fake cases against journalists.

Kappan was booked under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act and also charged with sedition. 

SC Denies Bail to Alleged PFI Journalist Siddique Kappan, Orders UP Govt to Get Him Treated in a Delhi Hospital

The Supreme Court Wednesday denied bail to alleged PFI journalist Siddique Kappan and ordered the Uttar Pradesh government to get him treated in a government hospital in Delhi. The Court added Kappan may approach a lower court with a regular bail application. The Kerala Union of Working Journalists (KUWJ) had approached the Court by way of a Habeas Corpus petition. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Uttar Pradesh government, told the Court since Kappakn was in judicial custody, Habeas Corpus petition was not maintainable. Kappan’s wife had also approached the top court in the country. Advocate Wills Mathew, representing the KUWJ and Kappan’s wife, pleaded for bail.

Kappan, along with three others, was arrested in Uttar Pradesh in October last year while he was allegedly going to cover the brutal rape and murder of a Dalit girl. An identity card issued by now banned Thejas newspaper was recovered from him. Solicitor General Mehta told the Court Thejas was a mouthpiece of Popular Front of India and had links with banned terrorist organisation SIMI. 

Challenging the Habeas Corpus petition, Mehta said, “A writ of Habeas Corpus lies only when there is illegal detention. This court has held that when a magistrate remands him to custody, then it becomes official custody and no Habeas Corpus can lie. All of them have been represented by lawyers in trial courts.” Accepting Mehta’s argument, the bench of Justice Surya Kant, CJI NV Raman and Justice AS Bopanna dismissed the petition.


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