News UpdatesDelhi Court Extends Interim Protection To Subham Kar Chaudhuri Until Mar 15 In Toolkit Case Shreya Agarwal11 March 2021 10:52 PMShare This – xA Delhi Court today granted environmental activist Subham Kar Chaudhuri protection in Toolkit case until Mar 15 on state’s submission of no objection to such extension.Assistant Public Prosecutor Irfan Ahmed submitted that a co-accused person’s application was coming up for hearing on Mar 15 and that he had no objection to the extension of interim protection. Chaudhari was granted transit bail…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA Delhi Court today granted environmental activist Subham Kar Chaudhuri protection in Toolkit case until Mar 15 on state’s submission of no objection to such extension.Assistant Public Prosecutor Irfan Ahmed submitted that a co-accused person’s application was coming up for hearing on Mar 15 and that he had no objection to the extension of interim protection. Chaudhari was granted transit bail by Bombay High Court earlier this month.Goa based environmental activist Subham Kar Chaudhuri had moved Patiala House Court in New Delhi for grant of anticipatory bail on the expiry of his transit anticipatory bail granted to him by the Bombay High Court. Chaudhuri, member of the organization “extinction rebellion” is apprehending arrest in connection with the Toolkit case.The High Court had granted protection to Chaudhuri for a period of 10 days, starting from 3rd March to 12th March 2021, enabling him to approach the competent court for seeking appropriate relief.Single judge bench comprising of Justice M.S. Jawalkar of the Bombay High Court (Goa Bench) on 3rd March 2021 granted 10 days transit anticipatory bail to Chaudhuri in connection with FIR 49/2021 registered by Delhi Police’s Cyber Cell under sec. 124A, 153A and 120B of Indian Penal Code.It was submitted by Chaudhuri that he was falsely implicated in the case and has no connection with the online toolkit.”The apprehension of arrest is made out by the applicant. The reasons for apprehension of arrest is justified in the facts and circumstances set out. Admittedly, FIR is lodged at New Delhi and any regular application for anticipatory bail under sec. 438 of CrPC would be considered by the competent court at Delhi. Therefore, the applicant is entitled for protection by way of granting transit bail to approach the competent authority for seeking appropriate reliefs,” the bench orderedNext Story
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45 Tumbulgum Rd, Murwillumbah.THE owners of this stunning 1950s riverside home went to great lengths to ensure their home stayed quintessentially Queenslander in New South Wales when they restored it. Anne and Michael Stovin bought the home in the northern NSW suburb of Murwillumbah in 2014 as an investment but two years later decided to create a modern home that paid tribute to its original 50s-era features. Subway tiles feature in the bathroom“The neutral tones imbue the home with a fresh and relaxed energy.” A timber kitchen benchtop and a wood heater are some of the highlights. 45 Tumbulgum Rd is located by the river“My husband Michael is a carpenter and he worked on the home full-time to restore it,” Mrs Stovin said. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North5 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“We originally bought it as an investment and luckily enough it came with a tenant who adored the home, so we were all set.”Mrs Stovin said when her tenant moved on the family decided it was time to freshen up the home.“We never intended to completely restore the home but it was getting so outdated, I don’t think anyone had touched the place since it was built. “We gave it some well needed love and replaced everything.” The fireplace was a classic additionA neutral colour palette of grey, white and blue creates a modern coastal feel. “The best part about the property is actually just the river frontage,” Mrs Stovin said.“Our family go paddle boarding up the river and we don’t see a single person or boat, just the occasional cow grazing on a property. “It is just majestic.” The kitchen comes with a breakfast serveryBelinda Franks from Ray White Murwillumbah is marketing the property and said mindful updates have enhanced the classic style. “The owners are moving on to other opportunities and have just put the final touches to the landscaping,” Ms Franks said. “It has also been completely rewired and re-plumbed, even the ceiling is new. 45 Tumbulgum Rd is a picture perfect QueenslanderA weatherboard exterior with wall cladding and timber-panelled windows combine with soaring ceilings. The traditional Queenslander-style is topped off with colonial fretwork features and a breezeway. Taking six months to renovate the couple said they replaced everything.