All the accused have been granted bail in the violent demonstration in Seemapuri, Delhi in protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). A Delhi court on Friday granted bail to the accused.
Accused got bail in the violent demonstration case in Seemapuri (File Photo-PTI)
- Arrested in protest against CAA
- Court granted bail with many conditions
Twelve people arrested during a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) got bail from the Karkardooma Court. These people were arrested by Delhi Police during demonstrations in Seemapuri and Jafrabad. The Karkardooma court has ordered the release of all of them on a personal bond of Rs 20 thousand. Earlier on Thursday, in the Dariyaganj violence case, all the 15 accused were granted bail by the Tis Hazari court.
Bail granted with conditions
The court has imposed certain conditions while granting bail to dozens of people. The court has said that all the accused will not tamper with any witness or document related to the investigation and evidence. We will cooperate fully in the investigation and whenever police officers are called, they will appear before them. The court has instructed all the accused that they will not try to disturb the peace in the public place. Apart from this, you will provide your address and mobile number to the investigating officer. The court has also directed the accused to appear in the police station on 19 January.
Earlier on Thursday, the Tis Hazari court of Delhi had also granted bail to 15 people arrested in Daryaganj in protest related to the Civil Amendment Act. The court said in its order that all these will submit their passports. Will cooperate in the investigation. Every Saturday, he will appear in Daryaganj police station and make his presence present.
With the release of the accused arrested during the Seemapuri and Jaffarabad demonstrations, almost all the protesters who have been protesting against the Citizens Amendment Act in Delhi have got bail from the courts of Delhi. Although Chandrashekhar Azad of Bhima Army is still in jail in this case. It is possible that in the next one or two days, an application for the bail of Chandrashekhar can also be made in the court. However, the lower court has already rejected Chandrasekhar’s bail application.