The advocate of activist Stan Swamy, an accused within the Elgar Parishad-Maoist hyperlinks case, on Friday informed a particular court docket right here that Swamy has been given a straw and sipper by the Taloja jail authorities.
Swamy, 83, on Friday filed three contemporary purposes looking for a course to the Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) to return his bag, a duplicate of his arduous disk and a course to not switch him from Taloja jail.
Swamy stated he apprehends that he can be transferred from the Taloja jail close to right here in Navi Mumbai.
Swamy, who’s affected by varied well being illnesses together with Parkinson’s illness, was arrested on October eight by NIA.
Final month, he had filed an utility looking for the NIA to return the straw and sipper allegedly seized from him on the time of his arrest.
The NIA, nonetheless, informed the court docket final month that it had not seized a straw and sipper from Swamy and therefore there was no query of returning these gadgets to him.
Swamy then filed an utility looking for a course to the jail authorities to offer him a straw and sipper and winter garments.
On November 26, the particular NIA Courtroom had directed the jail superintendent to file his reply on the appliance.
On Friday, Swami’s advocate Sharif Shaikh informed particular NIA Decide D E Kothalikar that Swamy has been supplied with straw and sipper and winter garments by the jail authorities.
Swamy had additionally filed a bail plea on medical grounds.
The court docket had sought a report from the Taloja jail on his well being situation.
On Friday, the jail authorities informed the court docket that they want time to submit the report, following which court docket posted the matter for additional listening to on December 10. The court docket stated it could additionally hear the three new purposes filed by Swamy on December 10. NIA’s lawyer Prakash Shetty informed the court docket that the company doesn’t have any gadgets belonging to Swamy.
As per NIA, Swamy was concerned within the actions of the banned CPI (Maoist).