Delhi High Court Rejects bail for Umar Khalid, This was the leader of the JNU student
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Delhi High Court Denies Bail in Delhi Riots Conspiracy Case
⏩ Umar Khalid is a very big Criminal, and many cases are going on against him by Delhi Police some time ago he was going to get Bail but Delhi High Court rejected the bail and the biggest case has been raised on the Protest regarding CA NRC. Its name has come from the person doing the leader and it is being told that there is a connection with many Terrorists too.
⏩ Umar Khalid was jail in for 766 days and during that no bail paper was passed to him because his case was very serious and related to terrorism he is also involved in a rape case North-East Delhi riots of February 2020.
What did the Delhi High Court say about Umar Khalid?
🌑 The name of the appellant finds recurring mention from the beginning of the conspiracy till the culmination of the ensuing riots. Admittedly, he was a member of the WhatsApp group of Muslim students of JNU. He participated in various meetings at Jantar Mantar, Jangpura Office, Shaheen Bagh, Seelampur, Jaffrabad, and Indian Social Institute on various dates. He was a member of the DPSG group. He referred to the visit of the president of the USA to India in his Amrawati Speech. The CDR analysis depicts that there had been a flurry of calls that happened post-riots amongst the appellant and other co-accused. The cumulative statement of the protected witnesses indicates the presence and active involvement of the appellant in the protests, engineered against the CAA/NRC. Admittedly these protests metamorphosed into violent riots in February 2020, which began by firstly choking public roads, then violently and designedly attacking policemen and random members of the public, whereat firearms, acid bottles, stones, etc. were used, resulting in the admitted and sad loss of 53 precious lives and the destruction of property worth several Crores. These protests & riots prima-facie seem to be orchestrated at the conspiratorial meetings held from December 2019 to February 2020.