Telangana High Court: Death Sentence, ‘Vyuham’ Film, Inspector’s Bail

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Telangana High Court’s Key Decisions: Death Sentence Review, ‘Vyuham’ Film Orders Reserved, and Inspector’s Anticipatory Bail Plea


The Telangana High Court has given the state two weeks to provide a report on the death sentence given to Imran UI Haq. He was convicted by the Nampally Criminal Court for murdering his wife by stabbing her neck with scissors.

The High Court bench, comprising Justice K Lakshman and P Sree Sudha, is reviewing the case for confirmation of the death sentence. The IV Additional Metropolitan Sessions Judge ordered that the death sentence should not be carried out until confirmed by the High Court. The matter has been adjourned to February 15 for further review.

In another case, the Telangana High Court has reserved orders on the political film ‘Vyuham.’ Chief Justice Alok Aradhe and Justice Anil Kumar Jukanti are handling writ appeals filed by the film’s producer and director against a single judge’s order.

The film allegedly depicts political figures like Chandrababu Naidu, Pawan Kalyan, and Nara Lokesh in the context of key political events in Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy’s life. The court heard arguments from both sides and reserved the case for orders after three days of deliberation.

Inspector B Durga Rao, suspended and accused of favoring former Bodhan MLA Shakeel Aamir’s son Raheel Aamir, has sought anticipatory bail from the Telangana High Court. The police officer is accused of assisting the prime accused under the influence of another Nizamabad Police inspector, also implicated in the case.

Various charges under the IPC, Motor Vehicle Act, and the Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act have been registered. Durga Rao claims that media pressure and political influence led to his implication as an accused even before an investigation. The case may be taken up in the next two working days of the court.

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