Anand Ranganathan appeared in person before the Delhi High Court in a criminal contempt case related to tweets made in 2018 against Justice S Muralidhar. Ranganathan, a self-proclaimed free speech absolutist, denied commenting on or posting any tweets about Muralidhar. The court granted him four weeks to file a response, while stating that they support
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