Nikhil Gupta devout Hindu, forced to eat beef in Czech: What family said to Supreme Court
Nikhil Gupta is a 52-year-old Indian charged by the US for plotting to kill Gurpatwant Singh Pannun. Gupta was arrested by the Czech authorities on June 30.
Nikhil Gupta, the Indian arrested by the Czech authorities on the behest of the US for plotting to kill US-based Sikh separatist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun approached the Supreme Court of India through a family member against his arrest. In the petition, it has been claimed that Nikhil Gupta is a Delhi-based businessman and the arrest violated his fundamental rights
rom the outset, the petitioner contends that the circumstances surrounding his arrest were marked by irregularities, with no formal arrest warrant presented, and the apprehension executed by self-claimed US agents rather than local Czech authorities.
Nikhil Gupta has been kept in solitary confinement for over 100 days.
The petitioner was not shown any arrest warrant during the initial detention. Instead, he found himself in the custody of individuals purporting to represent US interests.
The petitioner a devout Hindu and vegetarian, claims that he was subjected to forced consumption of beef and pork during his detention in Czech custody, a direct violation of his religions beliefs.
The petitioner alleges that he was denied consular access, the right to contact his family in India, and the freedom to seek legal representation
Nikhil Gupta is a law-abiding and peaceful citizen of the Republic of India, who resides in New Delhi, India, along with my family consisting of his mother, wife and two major children.
The petitioner is currently in detention/custody ar Prague and is facing extradition to the United States. That the recent leaks of confidential information regarding the petitioner's case at New York, US and the irresponsible reporting on the same has put an imminent threat to the life and well-being of the petitioner in Czech Republic and to his family at Delhi, India.
There have been numerous procedural violations threatening the fundamental rights and even the most basic human rights of the petitioner.
The petitioner is a middle-class businessman who runs a consultancy dealing with excavation and import-export.
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