Advocate Adit S Pujari appeared for Kalita and told the bench that the videos and WhatsApp chats are a part of the Delhi Police’s chargesheets and have been relied upon by the prosecution.
Yet, the videos and chats in full have not been provided to her, Pujari stressed.
“The entire video is there. From that video, selective photographs have been taken. I say prior to arguments on charge, provide me the whole video and they will demonstrate that between February 22, 2020 to February 26, 2020, we were protesting peacefully. There was stone pelting from the other side, but they don’t want to produce the videos. Three years and nine months have gone by and they don’t want to provide the video,” he argued.