Justice Mukta Gupta said the issue in the bail application was whether the petitioners were part of an illegally assembled mob that targeted Nitin Kumar and his father Vinod Kumar at Brahmapuri street in North East Delhi in February 2020 to fulfill their cause. created.
New Delhi. The Delhi High Court has granted bail to three persons, who were part of an illegally assembled mob that pelted stones during the communal violence in North East Delhi last year, in connection with the murder of a man and injuring his son. The High Court directed to release the accused Shabir Ali, Mahtab and Raees Ahmed on a personal bond of Rs 25,000 each and one surety of like amount. Justice Mukta Gupta said the issue in the bail application was whether the petitioners were part of an illegally assembled mob that targeted Nitin Kumar and his father Vinod Kumar at Brahmapuri street in North East Delhi in February 2020 to fulfill their cause. created. Nitin got injured in the incident and his father died. The court said, “The fact is that the accused were present in the crowd gathered in the street number one Akharawali street after 11 pm on the day of the incident.
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However, there is no prima facie evidence that the three accused persons armed with bars, sticks, stones, swords, knives were among the few people present in the crowd who pelted stones at street number one Brahmapuri at around 10.30 pm, due to which Nitin was injured and his father Vinod Kumar died. The court grants bail to the petitioners on this ground.” Advocate Pritish Sabharwal, appearing for Shabir Ali, said that according to the prosecution, Ali, wearing the jacket, was seen for only two seconds when he was coming out of the street and he ( Prosecution) also admitted that Ali was not in possession of any weapon and that even the face of the man in the jacket does not resemble that of the accused. He said none of the eyewitnesses injured in the incident said that Ali was part of the mob that led to one person being injured and one dead in Brahmapuri street number one. The counsel appearing for the other two accused also said that both the accused were also standing on the side of the road along with the people of Akharawali street on the night of February 24, 2020, when they received the news of the incident. But these people were not part of the mob that attacked Vinod and Nitin.
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