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Ashwini Upadhyay and three others in Judicial Custody while bail hearing continues [Read Order]

Lawstreet Journal 11 Aug 2021 5:04pm

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Duty Ld. MM Court Judge Tanvi Khurana sent Ashwini Upadhyay and three others accused in the Jantar Mantar case to judicial custody of two days at 9 p.m. yesterday.

Online hearing of the case started yesterday after Police arrested Ashwini Upadhyay and 5 others in relation to the event that took place at Jantar Mantar on 8th August. It was not however disclosed by the police on what offenses were these arrests made.

The six arrestees were Upadhyay, Preet Singh, Vinod Sharma, Deepak Kumar, Vineet, and Deepak Singh Hindu. The FIR against them has been filed under sections 188, 268, 270, 153 (A) of IPC and 3 of Epidemic Act and 51(b) of Disaster Management Act.

The Public Prosecutor Anil Shrivastava moved an application for 14-day judicial custody for the accused Upadhyay, Preet Singh, Vinod Sharma and Deepak Kumar and 3-day Judicial Custody for Deepak Singh and Vineet.

Shrivastava argued that 14-day Judicial custody is required to prevent the accused persons from committing any further offence, for proper investigation and to prevent accused from tampering with evidence. The Judicial custody of 3 days for Deepak Singh and Vineet Bajpai was requested to unearth the conspiracy behind the incident and to get the mobile recovered.

Upadhyay’s lawyer Ashwani Dubey moved a bail application for Upadhyay. He also moved an application to seek a copy of the FIR. Upadhyay’s lawyer argued that a copy of the FIR registered against Upadhyay has not been handed to them yet.

Justice Tanvi Khurana passed orders for 24-hours custody for Deepak Singh… Continue Reading...


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