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Delhi HC's comment on Umar Khalid won't affect Sharjeel's case - Supreme Court assures

New Delhi, Dec 09, (Fast Mail News):-- In an important decision, the Supreme Court has assured Delhi riots accused Sharjeel Imam that the observation of the Delhi High Court in the case of Umar Khalid, the second accused in the case, will not affect his case. Sharjeel had appealed in the Supreme Court that the Delhi High Court should not show favoritism to him on the basis of the remarks made by Umar Khalid at the time of hearing his bail application.

 

The bench of Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice AS Oka of the Supreme Court was hearing the petition in which Special Leave Petition was filed by Sharjeel Imam against the order of October 18 by the Delhi High Court. Advocate Siddharth Dave said that many things were said by the Delhi High Court. The bench said that the High Court, while making those remarks, had also said that its remarks would have no bearing on the trial. Dave said that the High Court had given this clarification only in Umar Khalid's case.

 

 

 

 The High Court had said in its remarks that Sharjeel Imam was the head of the conspiracy hatched regarding the Delhi riots. He was in constant touch with Umar Khalid. Together they conspired for the riots. In February 2020, there was also a meeting between the two in North East Delhi. As per the observation of the High Court, there was a connection between the Delhi riots and the CAA Protest. Both Imam and Khalid were part of its conspiracy. Sharjeel Imam is in police custody since January 2020. Many cases have been registered against him. Supplementary charge sheet has also been filed against him in November 2020.

 

Keep in mind that a case has also been registered against Sharjeel Imam and Umar Khalid under UAPA. Both are constantly going round the courts for bail. But at present both have not been able to get bail in this case. Delhi Police strongly opposes the bail of both. Police say that getting bail to these two will send a wrong message.

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