Prosecution said Umar Khalid’s lawyer is not arguing on the basis of law. Prosecution said Umar Khalid’s lawyer is not arguing on the basis of law

Digital Desk, New Delhi. Responding to the bail plea of ​​Umar Khalid’s lawyer in the Delhi violence case, the prosecution on Tuesday said that it is very unfortunate that the petition has been given reference to the web series Family Man and the film Trial of Chicago 7 and not an argument on the basis of law. Given.

During the hearing of Khalid’s bail application, Special Public Prosecutor (SPP) Amit Prasad told Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat of Karkardooma Court that the first argument of Khalid’s counsel on 17 points was that he wanted his plea to be pronounced. . He said people are dead. You want publicity in the media and want to get headlines.

He also argued that an apparent criminal conspiracy has been carried out in secret. The SPP told the court that the conspiracy has to be proved keeping in view the circumstantial evidence and that the violence was not a spontaneous outburst. Umar Khalid’s lawyer had said that the investigating officer was communal, the SPP told that the first culprit in the violence cases was a man from the Hindu community and this proves that all this was not done intentionally against Khalid.

He was referring to a case in which it was alleged that a 73-year-old Muslim woman’s house was attacked by a violent mob of 150 to 200 people on February 25, 2020, when her family was not present at home and All the belongings of the house were robbed. The first convict in the case was Dinesh Yadav, a resident of Bhagirathi Vihar in Delhi’s Gokulpuri, who was arrested on June 8, 2020. Khalid has been booked under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act in connection with the communal violence that took place in North-East Delhi in the year 2020.

(IANS)

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