Religious hatred case: Senkumar gets interim bail

Patrice Gainsbourg
Julho 17, 2017

The Kerala High Court has granted interim bail to the former Kerala DGP TP Senkumar in a case for allegedly making communal remarks.

Justice B Sudheendra Kumar granted Senkumar the interim relief on his plea for anticipatory bail in the case and slated the matter for detailed hearing next Monday.

The women's body said it would move the state women's commission, seeking action against Senkumar.

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The court has sought the Kerala government's response on Senkumar's bail plea. The discussion was based on these statistics but the case was registered against him without looking or referring to these statistics, Senkumar said. He also said that he had sent a notice to the publication in this regard. He was booked under Section 153 (A) of the IPC, promoting enmity between different groups on the grounds of religion. The Women in Cinema Collective, a recently floated organisation of women film professionals, on Sunday criticised Senkumar's remarks made during an interview with Samakalika Malayalam, an online news website which hasn't published the former top cop's remarks on the actress.

The legal advice pointed out that Senkumar had issued a statement, which could instigate communal hatred and added that cases could be booked against him.

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