“No ex-parte ad-interim relief” said the Court on Raj Kundra’s Pornographic film case


nother turn in the Raj Kundra Case. On (27th July) Tuesday the Bombay High Court said that they cannot grant bail to the businessman especially in the case of the production and distribution of pornographic films through apps.

Raj Kundra was arrested on the 19th of July 2021 for going against the legalities of the country and creating and distributing adult films among people through apps registered under the UK Law. Kundra is not accepting the accusations said that these films might be called vulgar but are not porn and thus challenged the Mumbai crime branch and filing a petition.
Justice A S Ghadke asked the crime branch to submit the petition filed by the actress’s husband in the court on the 29th of July 2021.

Currently Kundra is kept under the 14 days Judicial custody and his plea to bail has been kept on hold by the magistrate’s court till Monday.

Here was another argument between Advocate Aabad Ponda the lawyer of the accused and the public prosecutor Arun Kamat. Where Aabad Ponda said the police should first have sent the businessman a notice under sector 41A of CrPC before arresting him and Arun Kamat said that the businessman was indeed sent a notice.
Ponda also asked for an interim relief for his client Kundra, but Justice Gadhkari refused to it and as a result the court said “No ex-parte ad-interim relief.”