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    The Telangana High Court’s vacation bench, led by Justice C V Bhaskar Reddy, denied the Delhi police special cell’s request to challenge an interim order issued by Justice Bollam Vijaysen Reddy in a case involving Mane Satish and five others from the TPCC Social Media cell. The petitioners had asked for a halt to further actions related to notices from the special cell police and a directive to avoid taking coercive measures in a specific FIR.

    Justice Vijaysen Reddy instructed the City Police Commissioner not to take coercive actions against the TPCC Social Media secretaries while allowing the investigation to continue. The special Delhi Police had issued notices to the petitioners regarding an alleged doctored video of Amit Shah, leading to the court case and subsequent orders.

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    The next hearing for the writ is scheduled for June 12. During a session, Justice Bhaskar Reddy addressed a separate writ filed by Mahesh Kumar Goud, seeking protection for TPCC Social Media secretaries from coercive measures by the Delhi Police. The judge mentioned previous orders preventing such actions by the Hyderabad CP.

    The Delhi Police had filed a case against the petitioners for sharing fake videos of BJP leaders on social media platforms, leading to legal proceedings and bail for the accused. The judge postponed further discussions on the writ due to summer vacation, as requested by the petitioner’s counsel.

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