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Prominent Human Rights Lawyer, Mr M Ravi was arrested earlier today for criminal trespassing. We do not have full details at the moment as it is a developing story.

M. Ravi was suspended for two years since Oct 2016 for by a Court of Three Judges for his mental condition for acting “deplorably in relation to the judiciary, his clients and the profession as a whole.”

He recently posted several Facebook Live videos and has amassed a following of 20,000 fans. In his videos, he spoke disparagingly of his former boss, colleagues and ministers.

Several Facebook commentators said that Mr M Ravi was going through a severe relapse of bipolar.

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Below is a live video posted just before his arrest:

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