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No Material Produced by Delhi Police to Show that Devangana Kalita Instigated Violence or Gave Hate Speech: Delhi HC [READ JUDGMENT]

Lawstreet Journal 3 Sep 2020 7:07pm

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Devangana Kalita, a JNU student who was related to the CAA Delhi riots conspiracy, while granting her bail Delhi High Court observed that the Delhi Police has failed to produce any kind of proof or evidence which shows that Kalita instigated violence or hate speech to the women of a particular community.

After getting through the case diary which was submitted by the Delhi police along with a pen drive in a sealed cover it was seen that Kalita’s presence was peaceful in the riots and she didn’t instigate any violence or gave any hate speech among any community. There wasn’t any proof or material produced which shows that she instigated any violence. The High Court observed after holding that Kalita satisfied all the triple test for the bail to be granted which is, no chance of absconding, no probabilities of tampering evidence and coercing witnesses. The court also noted that the charge sheet has been filed in the case on June 2.

On February 26, 2020, Kalita was arrested with the FIR number 50/2020 registered at the Jafrabad Police Station in relation to communal violence which took place in Northeast Delhi in the last week of February 2020. It was said that Kalita outraged a crowd of a particular community near the Jafrabad metro station on February 22 and 23 with the intention to provoke people to indulge in rioting which led to the loss of lives and destruction of public and private properties. As CAA-NRC was going on for a… Continue Reading...

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