The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday vacated a halt stay sequence on record opposite Team India cricketer Amit Mishra in a reduce justice in tie with a box filed by a lady for allegedly physically assaulting and abusing her in a city hotel in Sep 2015.
Justice Byrareddy vacated a stay on a drift that it was hampering record in a hearing justice and destined Mishra to seem before it and make his submissions. The cricketer had filed a defence in a high court, seeking quashing of record in a hearing justice and had cumulative an halt relief.
Mishra was arrested in Bengaluru in Oct 2015 by city military and shortly afterward expelled on bail. Anees Ali Khan had done acquiescence for a complainant woman.
The lady in her military censure had claimed she had famous Mishra and a purported occurrence took place in a hotel room where a cricketer was staying when he came to a city along with a Indian group for a training stay in September. The complainant had pronounced she went to Mishra’s room in his absence.
At that time, Mishra also came there and (they) had a exhilarated evidence following which, she alleged, a cricketer assaulted her and abused her.
Mishra was requisitioned underneath Indian Penal Code sections including 354 (assault or rapist force to lady with vigilant to snub her modesty).