On December 12, a Delhi court will rule on Umar Khalid's bail request.

Former JNU student Umar Khalid is accused in a 2020 northeast Delhi riots lawsuit . Khalid has moved the request for two-week interim bail for his sisters marriage .

New Delhi: On Wednesday, a Delhi court reserved its decision on an interim bail request by former JNU student Umar Khalid, who is accused in a 2020 northeast Delhi riots lawsuit.Khalid has moved the request for two-week interim bail for his sister's marriage, and Judge Amitabh Rawat will deliver the order on December 12.Special Public Prosecutor Amit Prasad said that several decisions cited by Khalid during the hearing were not applicable because they were not based on interim bail, but rather on the grant of jail term or interim detention bail due to the particular circumstances involved.Prasad said the cases on which interim bail was granted were (because of) very unusual circumstances, and such circumstances do not exist here.Asif Iqbal Tanha (an accused under UAPA) was given interim bail for appearing in an examination, while Natasha Narwal (another UAPA accused) was given interim bail because she was the only one to perform the last rites of her father.

December 26-28, but that the bail was sought for 14 days, from December 20 to January 3.There is therefore no reason for a provisional bail hearing.According to the special public prosecutor, an extraordinary demand has been made.Khalid's bail plea was rejected by Delhi Police, who claimed that he was facing serious allegations under the UAPA and that he was likely to spread misinformation through the use of social media during his interim bail period, which could cause social unrest.

During the demonstrations against CAA and NRC, violence erupted.(Khalid was detained by Delhi Police in September 2020.)Featured Video Of The DayArvind Kejriwals I Love You Too For Delhi After a Poll Election.

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