The Supreme Court docket is denying the producers of Tandav momentary safety towards a number of FIRs
The Supreme Court declined to grant temporary protection to the makers of Tandav, including director, producer, writer, and actor Zeeshan Ayyub, allegedly offending religious sentiments.
The Supreme Court has not passed a ruling that will protect them from being arrested by the police.
It should be noted that there is an arrest of the arrest of six states.
We cannot use the service according to Section 482 CrPC. We are not inclined to offer temporary protection
The Tandav crew members tried to bring their various criminal cases against them to a club bed in different locations.
The bank issued a note on the plea for clubbing and broadcasting; of the various criminal proceedings initiated against the petitioners in various cities.
The Apex court believed they should not use their powers under Section 482 of the CrPC. So she declined her prayer to cancel the FIRs filed against her.
However, the court made it clear that pending the petition in the Supreme Court would not do so. Under no circumstances should you prejudice your right to appeal to the courts concerned and to seek legal remedies against bail or cancellation of FIRs.
The lawyer (petitioner) stated that temporary protection was foreseen in Arnab Goswami’s and Amish Devgan’s case; the same could be used again in their case.
To encourage this, they argued that the denial of temporary protection would cause a stir.
The reason for this would be that the petitioners would have to go to different counties in different states to request bail.
However, the bank declined, suggesting that;
N.o The content creator has the freedom to harm religious sentiments.