Monday, May 10, 2021
Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins.

Delhi court sends Umar Khalid to 14-day judicial custody

Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins.

New Delhi (ILNS): The Patiala House Court, Delhi has sent Jawaharlal Nehru University alumnus leader Umar Khalid to 14 days judicial custody in a case related to communal violence in north-east Delhi in February. Along with this, the Court directed the jail authorities to provide him adequate security.

Metropolitan Magistrate Dev Saroha ordered this judicial custody. Earlier, he was produced before the Court at the end of the period of police custody in a case related to riots in Khajuri Khas area. The court directed the jail superintendent to take adequate precautions and provide adequate security to Khalid.

Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)

Khalid had been earlier sent to police custody for three days in the case. Khalid was arrested under the strict anti-terrorism law – the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. This is a separate case related to the big conspiracy in the riots in north-east Delhi.

Khalid, through his lawyer Trideep Pais, pleaded for adequate security in jail, so that he would not suffer any harm during judicial custody. The petition requested that Khalid be allowed to communicate with his family, friends and relatives as per the jail rules.

Khalid also said that he has not signed any statement or document during police custody. The Court directed the jail superintendent to provide the facilities sought in the application as per the jail manual.

Read Also: Plea filed in Supreme Court seeks probe by multiple agencies into the franchise scam

Umar Khalid was arrested by the Crime Branch of Delhi Police in another case on October 1 and had obtained the three-day police remand. Khalid was sent to judicial custody till October 22 in the UAPA case.


Did you find apk for android? You can find new Free Android Games and apps.

News Update

Supreme Court upholds conviction of 2, asks them to undergo remainder of sentence

Two men, Achhar Singh and Budhi Singh, had challenged their conviction by the Himachal Pradesh High Court. One had been sentenced to five years rigorous imprisonment and the other to undergo life imprisonment, plus a fine. The High Court had overturned their acquittal by the trial court.

SC’s Juvenile Justice Committee takes stock of child care, protection during Covid second wave

Supreme Court's Juvenile Justice Committee met with juvenile justice representatives from all high courts along with UNICEF and key Central ministry officials to discuss protecting of children in juvenile and care homes during the Covid surge.
Did you find apk for android? You can find new Free Android Games and apps.