Sanjay Singh gets relief on FIR registered in UP
Sanjay Singh gets relief on FIR registered in UP

New Delhi: A petition has been filed in the apex court against a senior leader of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh seeking cancellation of FIR registered in several districts of Uttar Pradesh. On this petition, the Supreme Court has sent a notice to the UP government. The top court has also commented on Sanjay Singh. The Supreme Court told Sanjay Singh that you are an MP. You should not have made such a statement. If you cross the limit, according to the law, a case will be registered against you.

Senior advocate Vivek Tankha appeared in the court on behalf of Sanjay Singh. He said that since Sanjay Singh is a Rajya Sabha MP, permission should be taken from the Chairman of Rajya Sabha for prosecution. On this, the Supreme Court said that we direct that Sanjay Singh will not be arrested in the case registered. The Supreme Court said that the UP government should contact the Chairman of Rajya Sabha for the case. Considering the nature of the matter, a fast decision is needed. The next hearing on this matter will be held in the second week of March.

The top court questioned Sanjay Singh about how many FIRs have been lodged against you. On this, Vivek Tankha told the court that similar FIRs have been registered at 14 places. It is political. The Supreme Court said that we have sent a notice as to why all FIRs should not be clubbed.

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