A Delhi Court on Thursday granted bail to former JNU student Umar Khalid in the case relating to the violence that broke out in the Khajuri Khas area of North East district of national capital and said "chargesheeting him in this case on the basis of such an insignificant material is unwarranted."
A division bench of Justice Manish Pitale and S.S Shinde said, “When there is matrimonial discord and acrimony between husband and wife, there is a tendency to vent out anger against the husband by roping in as many relatives of the husband as possible.”
The Excise Officer who had accompanied the Police in the aforesaid raid registered another FIR against the company under section 58C of the Rajasthan Excise Act, 1950 alleging that the work has been done in the night and there was violation of conditions of license.
The Bench of Chief Justice Akil Kureshi was hearing the application of Arindam Bhattacharjee, who is accused to have instigated division among religious groups and creating an environment of misinformation.
If the parties have compromised and settled the matter amongst themselves in the given facts and circumstances then the courts have the power to quash the complaint otherwise it will cause a prejudicial effect on the accused and would lead to grave injustice to the accused.
A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Supreme Court, seeking direction to declare the results of class XII students. The petition filed by Advocate Mamta Sharma amid the widespread of Covid-19 pandemic, which is more severe and worse than last year.