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SC to hear an appeal against Calcutta HC order directing the lodging of an FIR against BJP 's Kailash Vijayvargiya, RSS member Jisnu Basu in a sexual assault case

Supreme Court Kailash Vijayvargiya Jisnu Basu sexual assault case

Justice MR Shah led bench of SupremeCourt to hear an appeal against Calcutta HC order setting aside the order of a lower court & directing the lodging of an FIR against BJP 's Kailash Vijayvargiya, RSS member Jisnu Basu in a sexual assault case

Senior Adv Mahesh Jethmalani to appear for the petitioner Kailash : The compass is very narrow in this case

Sr Adv Kapil Sibal appears for the State of West Bengal

Jethmalani: It is alleged that complainant was raped in 2018 and filed a complaint in 2020. In between there is much correspondence and other cases filed in which there are closure reports. All were against Kailash Vijayvargiya

Jethmalani: As per Lalita Kumari case, there is preliminary enquiry. He says there is nothing in this complaint. Then revision application moved in High Court

Sr Adv Sibal:We won't argue much on the merits of the case. We leave it to your lordship

Justice Shah: he is being very fair

Jethmalani: he is nothing but always fair

SC: He looks fair and he is fair also !!

Sibal: protection may be granted...

SC: We issue notice and list it after the vacations

Jethmalani: Please grant interim protection

Sr Adv Paramjit Singh Patwalia: The HC has adjourned the matter since it's pending here. It will become day after. Please grant protection till then

Shah J: Let the High court hear it and grant protection

Jethmalani: I am being subjected to illegal investigation

SC: Bring the complainant here, we will consider it on reopening

ORDER

SC: We issue notice and list it on Nov 16, 2021. In addition to the regular service, the original complainant be served by incharge police office of concerned police station.

SC ORDER: Meantime it will be open for HC to consider anticipatory bail plea on merits on consider granting interim protection without prejudice to rights of parties.

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