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Delhi Court Sends Umar Khalid To 10 Day Police Custody In Connection With North-East Delhi Riots [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 15 Sep 2020 9:14pm

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The Delhi Court on 14th September 2020, Monday remanded former JNU student Umar Khalid to 10 days of police custody as he was suspected to be in relation to the Delhi riots case. The order was passed by Judge Amitabh Rawat, Additional Sessions Court, Karkardooma at 4 pm. 

The Judge stated that “I deem it fit, for having an effective and appropriate investigation, will allow the present application seeking police remand custody of the accused Umar Khalid for a period of 10 days. Accordingly, the application of police custody remand is permitted to the Investigating Officer (IO) of the accused named Umar Khalid. 

The suspect was arrested by the Delhi Police on 13th September, Sunday pursuant to the FIR filed under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) with regard to the riots that took place in February 2020 in north-east Delhi. He was produced before the court virtually by the Delhi Police. 

The prosecution is stating that the riots were planned, deliberate and the result of a deep-rooted conspiracy that was devised by Khalid and his other mates belonging to various organizations. It was also mentioned by the Delhi Police, that along with the conspiracy, Khalid even gave provoking speeches where he asked the citizens to come out on roads to protest and expand the propaganda about minorities in India being mistreated. 

SPP Amit Prasad, seeking 10 remand of the accused stated that Khalid has to be confronted with enormous documentary evidence and the investigation is ongoing. Whereas, the advocate for Khalid, Trideep Pais… Continue Reading...


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