A Delhi courtroom on Sunday despatched Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) alumnus chief Omar Khalid to 14 days judicial custody in a case associated to communal violence in north-east Delhi in February. Along with this, the courtroom directed the jail authorities to offer them satisfactory safety.
Metropolitan Magistrate Dev Saroha despatched him to jail. Earlier, he was produced earlier than the courtroom on the finish of the interval of police custody in a case associated to riots in Khajuri Khas space. The courtroom directed the jail superintendent to take satisfactory precautions and supply satisfactory safety to Khalid.
Earlier, Khalid was despatched to police custody for 3 days within the case. Khalid was arrested below the strict anti-terrorism legislation – Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. This is a separate case associated to the massive conspiracy within the riots in north-east Delhi.
Khalid, by way of his lawyer Trideep Pais, pleaded for satisfactory safety within the jail so that he would not undergo any hurt throughout judicial custody. The petition requested that Khalid be allowed to speak with his household, buddies and relations as per the jail guidelines.
Khalid additionally stated that he has not signed any assertion or doc throughout police custody. The courtroom directed the jail superintendent to offer the services sought within the utility as per the jail guide.
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