BINAYAK SEN JUDGEMENT PDF

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New Delhi: Human rights activist Binayak Sen was sentenced to life imprisonment after being held guilty of sedition by a Raipur court on Friday. The court sentenced Sen for helping Maoist rebels in their fight against the state of Chhattisgarh.

Along with Sen, Naxal ideologue Narayan Sanyal and Kolkata-based businessman Piyush Guha were also found guilty of sedition and given life sentences. But this speaks very badly of the Indian state and government," she told Mint over the telephone from Raipur. In May last year, the Supreme Court had granted bail to Sen after he spent 22 months in prison in Chhattisgarh.

A group of 22 Nobel Laureates had sent a letter in to President Pratibha Patil and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh expressing concern about the case against Sen and appealing for his release.

The year old activist, a paediatrician by training, had been accused by the prosecution of carrying messages and letters from Naxal ideologue Sanyal to underground Maoists. Both have been in jail after the prosecution charged them with helping Maoists to set up a network.

In the meanwhile, we will obviously campaign for his freedom and do all we can," Dey added. It is largely based on circumstantial evidence and hence has to be dealt with very carefully. Click here to read the Mint ePaper Livemint. Join Livemint channel in your Telegram and stay updated. You are now subscribed to our newsletters.

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Did Binayak Sen’s conviction for sedition foretell the mess we are in today?

New Delhi: Human rights activist Binayak Sen was sentenced to life imprisonment after being held guilty of sedition by a Raipur court on Friday. The court sentenced Sen for helping Maoist rebels in their fight against the state of Chhattisgarh. Along with Sen, Naxal ideologue Narayan Sanyal and Kolkata-based businessman Piyush Guha were also found guilty of sedition and given life sentences. But this speaks very badly of the Indian state and government," she told Mint over the telephone from Raipur. In May last year, the Supreme Court had granted bail to Sen after he spent 22 months in prison in Chhattisgarh. A group of 22 Nobel Laureates had sent a letter in to President Pratibha Patil and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh expressing concern about the case against Sen and appealing for his release.

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Critiquing The Binayak Sen Judgement

Given below is the full text of the judgement sentencing Dr Binayak Sen for life. It is a translation from the Hindi. The translation has been done by the Free Binayak Sen Now campaign. You can download here. By — Reservation Centre, Ganj, ———————— Prosecution. Did the accused on the mentioned date, place and time, excite or attempt to excite disaffection towards the government established by law in India, and by doing so commit the criminal conspiracy of sedition through Naxalite literature, magazines, letter, newspaper, CDs, cassettes, computer CPU, etc. Did the accused on the mentioned date, place and time, while being a member of an unlawful organization participate in meetings or activities of said unlawful organization, participate or receive a communication to participate or send a communication to participate or request a communication to participate in meetings or activities of such unlawful organization, and by doing so commit an offence of criminal conspiracy, through Naxalite literature, magazines, letters, newspapers, CDs, cassettes, computer CPU, etc.

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Binayak Sen v. Chhatisgarh

This story is from December 19, Five days later, on December 24, the Raipur sessions court will deliver its verdict in the Dr Binayak Sen case. Supriya Sharma in Raipur puts together the legal evidence and arguments by both the prosecution and defence on which the court will base its judgment. Over the last week, a battery of lawyers engaged in a marathon summation of evidence and arguments in a two-and-half year long trial, in a small square court room, with three men crammed in the dock.

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