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Court orders Sharmila’s unconditional release dismissing suicide attempt charge

Court orders Sharmila’s unconditional release dismissing suicide attempt charge Almost 14 years after Irom Chanu Sharmila began her indefinite hunger strike, a local court has directed her release dismissing charges that she was fasting unto death. Sessions Judge, Manipur East A Guneshwar Sharma ordered that Sharmila be released from custody, if not required in any other case. Sharmila had filed a revision petition before the court against an earlier order passed by the Chief Judicial Magistrate (Imphal East) on June 4 that charged her under section 309 IPC. In his judgement and order, the Sessions Judge, Manipur East observed “The agitation of Irom Chanu Sharmila is a political demand through a lawful means of repealing a valid statute.” “From her past conduct...
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