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"No Material to Link Him to Al-Qaeda": Jharkhand High Court Grants Bail to Maulana, Who Was In Prison For More Than One Year Under UAPA Charges

Lawstreet Journal 18 Nov 2020 9:53pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary "No Material to Link Him to Al-Qaeda": Jharkhand High Court Grants Bail to Maulana, Who Was In Prison For More Than One Year Under UAPA Charges

On Tuesday (03 November) the Jharkhand High Court granted bail to a Maulana KalimuddinMuzahiri, who had been registered under the strict anti-terror UAP Act, for his alleged involvement in Al-Qaeda activities. 

In its order, the Bench of Justice Kailash Prasad Deo observed, "No material has been collected with regard to the involvement of the petitioner in any activities of Al-Qaeda outfit nor the Investigating Officer has collected any material with regard to the money given to this petitioner by any Organization, who was involved in unlawful activities."

Strangely, when granting him bail, the Court said In view of the fact that the petitioner is a Maulana without a criminal record, the Court is inclined to expand the petitioner on bail."

As Per the allegations against the petitioner, the co-accused Ahmed Masood Akram Sk and Abdul Rahman @ Katki met at the petitioner's house in SakchiMadarsa, and subsequently, the petitioner received some money from Gujarat for committing anti-national work as a Jihadi. The petitioner's counsel argued that the petitioner was a Maulana and no material was collected during the investigation so as to prove guilt against the petitioner with regard to his involvement in anti-national activities.

The Lawyer also argued that the case of the plaintiff was totally different from that of the other co-accused. It was alleged that he had been convicted on the ground, that a meeting had been held in his home, and also on the ground that the petitioner had obtained the money from Gujarat. It was argued, however, that no… Continue Reading...


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