Noticing that since Nodeep Kaur has been released on bail, the issue related to her unlawful detention could be raised before the appropriate forum, the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Thursday (22nd April) shut the Suo Moto matter.
The Bench of Justice Avneesh Jhingan was hearing suo motu cognizance matter regard with the alleged unlawful imprisonment of 23-year-old work extremist Nodeep Kaur (an individual from the Mazdoor Adhikar Sangathan) by Haryana police.
The Punjab and Haryana High Court had on 26th February allowed Bail To Dalit Labor Activist Nodeep Kaur in the third FIR Registered against her.
About Nodeep Kaur
Nodeep Kaur is a member of the Mazdoor Adhikar Sangathan and was captured on 12th January when she partook in a protest held by neglected workers close to the Singhu line among Haryana and Delhi.
Arrested by the Sonipat Police on January 12 on charges of endeavor to murder, revolting, and attack to stop a public worker from the release of his obligation under the Indian Penal Code, among others.
As revealed by The Hindu, the Sonipat Police gave an explanation that a police group had gone to Kundli Industrial Area the day after they got data about the affirmed mistreating of the executives and staff of an industrial unit, and attempt to coerce cash from them.
As indicated by police, Ms. Nodeep and her associate assaulted the police with sticks, making wounds to seven workforces. Following the episode, she was arrested, yet her associates figured out how to get away.
Importantly, presenting that she has been targeting and dishonestly implicated in the matter as she was successful in producing massive help for the Farmers' development, Dalit Labor Activist Nodeep Kaur had claimed in her Bail plea (documented before the Punjab and Haryana High Court) that she was beaten, tormented and endured numerous wounds.
In her bail request, she had claimed that in the wake of arresting her, the Police Officials took her to the Police Station "without any lady police official furthermore, was "beaten beat up by the police authorities."
Importantly, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) had asked the Haryana Police for a report on a complaint on labour activist Nodeep Kaur.