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Wednesday, 19 April 2017 09:22

Pak remark: Sedition case against Ramya dismissed

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Madikeri, Apr 19: A local court in Kodagu district has dismissed a petition filed by a pro-Sangh Parivar advocate accusing actress and former MP Ramya of sedition.

Sangh Parivar had launched a campaign against Ramya for her statement that said that Pakistan is not hell and there are good people in Pakistan.

Katnamane Vittal Gowda, a lawyer, had filed a private complaint in a court in Somwarpet. The court dismissed the complaint recently.

The court said that there was no sufficient evidence to prove the case which was registered under Section 124-A of IPC. 

It noted that Pakistan has not been considered as an ‘enemy nation’ officially and Ramya’s statements do not amount to an act of sedition.

Meanwhile, Vittal Gowda, said that he would challenge the order in the higher court.




Like [0]Dislike [1] #7 Sriram, Mangalore2017-04-19
She made comment for cheap publicity and media attention. and she got that much... Brainless RSS unknowingly supported for that
Like [0]Dislike [0] #6 Ajay, Bangalore2017-04-19
You will find in every country, good and bad people
Like [0]Dislike [0] #5 Gopal, Mangalore2017-04-19
how many bullets have you taken? Or anybody in the RSS? "Dont preach here sitting safely in AC room." tell that to the talking heads and big mouths in the parivar
Like [0]Dislike [0] #4 Manoj, Mangalore2017-04-19
You said everything wrong and we know why. It is the usual votebank politics congress is well known for.
Like [0]Dislike [0] #3 Raj, Mangalore2017-04-19
dont worry Ramya. Rahulji will call the CM and your case will be withdrawn. You will be certified as a great liberal Patriot.
Like [0]Dislike [1] #2 Prakash, Mangalore2017-04-19
Ramya, please go to border and tell us who is sending terrorists, face few bullets. Dont preach here sitting safely in your AC room.
Like [0]Dislike [1] #1 Rajeev, Mangalore2017-04-19
Send her to Pakistan

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