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[Delhi Riots] Conspirators didn’t suffer, public at large did: Prosecution opposes bail of Umar Khalid, others

As regards Khan, the prosecution argued that he was seen breaking a CCTV and has been named in the a meeting that resulted in the decision of violence and chakka jam.

Khalid was stated to be part of the Delhi Protest Support Group since December 5, 2019, and connected to other accused persons. The prosecutor said he was present in a meeting on January 23, 2020, and prior to that, he had met co-accused Tahir Hussain.

His own speech, which connects to the larger plan,” Prasad said referring to Khalid.

Malik was alleged to have been in touch with Suleiman Siddiqui, who is a proclaimed offender. He was also accused of being part of a meeting with other accused persons and a “co-decision maker” in the chakka jam on February 23, 2020 at Chandbagh.

Source: Barandbench

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