Mathura court to hear on November 4 bail plea of two held on way to Hathras- The New Indian Express

Mathura court docket to listen to on November four bail plea of two held on solution to Hathras- The New Indian Specific

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By PTI

MATHURA: A district court docket right here has deferred until November four the listening to on the bail plea of the 2 of the 4 individuals booked for sedition and different costs after their arrest on their solution to the Hathras rape-murder sufferer’s village earlier this month.

These arrested included a Kerala journalist, Siddique Kappan, who has not filed any bail utility to this point.

The opposite accused within the case are Aalam, Masood and Atiqur Rahman.

In accordance with the FIR, costs underneath the stringent Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act and the IT Act had been additionally filed in opposition to the 4, who had been accused by the state police of getting hyperlinks with the alleged radical group Fashionable Entrance of India.

Earlier, their bail plea was rejected by the chief judicial Justice of the Peace, Mathura, on October 16.

In accordance with Assistant District Authorities Council Narendra Sharma, the bail utility of Aalam and Masood was taken up by Extra District Decide Amar Singh on Thursday.

No one introduced the request for the bail of Atiqur Rahman.

Sharma stated DSP (STF) Rakesh Paliwal had requested the court docket to present extra time for investigation because the offense is of great nature and knowledge needs to be collected from totally different locations.

Rejecting his request, the decide stated no additional adjournment shall be allowed and requested to gather info inside the stipulated interval solely, Sharma stated.

In the meantime, a memo on behalf of Atiqur Rahman, Aalam and Masood was introduced within the court docket of the chief judicial Justice of the Peace, Assistant Prosecuting Officer Brijmohan Singh stated.

For the reason that time restrict for police custody is just 15 days, STF can’t interrogate them because the interval has expired, the memo acknowledged.

In the meantime, the Aalam’s spouse alleged that her husband, a driver by occupation, has been falsely implicated within the case.

She rejected the cost that objectionable materials was recovered from her husband.

The Aalam’s spouse alleged that she shouldn’t be being allowed to satisfy her husband by the Mathura jail authorities.

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