Rebellion hearing from the Supreme Court: The Supreme Court today asked the government to answer by tomorrow whether the treason law can be stopped and the accused can be provided protection during the review of the law. ۔ The Supreme Court expressed concern about those already facing charges of sedition. A day after the government asked, the court decided to review it. Two days after strongly defending the coup law and asking the Supreme Court to dismiss the challenger, the government said on Monday that it had decided to review the law. In this regard, Chief Justice of India NV Ramana today said, “We will give you time till tomorrow morning to seek directions from the government. The government will not reconsider, how will it be? Until then, the government should take care of them. The Chief Justice directed, “To protect the interests of those already registered under the coup law and future cases. The Center should file a reply on whether they should be adjourned till the re-examination of the law. Can be kept. “

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Earlier, the court had asked tough questions on the government’s request for more time to review the law and incidents of abuse of law. Chief Justice Ramna said, “The state says it is re-investigating. But we cannot be irrational. We have to decide how much time to give.” The CJI told Solicitor General Tishar Mehta, “The Attorney General himself had told in the last hearing how a case of treason was registered in Maharashtra after reading Hanuman Chalisa.” It cites a lawsuit filed against independent MP Nunit Rana. Solicitor General Tsar Mehta said that the FIR (First Information Report) under the treason law was executed by the states and not by the Center.