November 14, 2020 5:45:43 am
A periods courtroom in Mathura Friday rejected the bail purposes of two Campus Entrance of India (CFI) members and their driver who had been arrested final month, together with a journalist, on their method to Hathras to fulfill the household of a Dalit lady who was allegedly gangraped, and murdered.
Atiq-ur-Rahman (25), Masood Ahmed (26) and Alam (26) are going through a number of expenses, together with Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act (UAPA), sedition, selling enmity between completely different teams on floor of faith and deliberate and malicious acts meant to outrage non secular emotions, mentioned police.
“The courtroom at the moment rejected the bail purposes of Atiq-ur-Rahman, Masood and Alam. On Thursday, after listening to argument from either side, the courtroom had reserved its order,” mentioned Shiv Ram Singh, authorities counsel, Mathura.
The bail purposes of Rahman, Masood and Alam had been moved to periods courtroom after their bail pleas had been rejected within the decrease courtroom of Mathura.
All of the 4 accused, together with journalist Siddique Kappan, are presently lodged within the Mathura district jail. Siddique Kappan’s bail software was not moved.
On October 4, Mathura police caught all 4 individuals at Maant toll plaza whereas they had been on method to Hathras after the 19-year-old Dalit lady died.
The following day, the police lodged a case towards them at Maant police station for allegedly being half of a bigger conspiracy behind their go to to Hathras. The case was lodged on expenses, together with Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act and IPC sections 124-A (sedition), 153-A (selling enmity between teams on floor of faith, race, and many others) and 295-A (deliberate and malicious acts meant to outrage non secular emotions).
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