Delhi Riots: Court Grants Bail to 2 People, Casts Doubt on Credibility of Police Witnesses

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    Delhi Riots: Court Grants Bail to 2 People, Calls Into Question Trustworthiness of Cops Witnesses

    A Delhi court Tuesday granted bail to 2 individuals in a case associated to the north-east Delhi riots while calling into question the reliability of the 2 authorities witnesses in the matter. Extra Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav granted the relief to Mohd Shoaib and Shahrukh on providing a bail bond of Rs 20,000 with surety of like quantity when it comes to supposed vandalism and torching of a shop by a riotous mob in Gokalpuri location.

    The court noted that the prosecution was opposing both the bail pleas on the strength of their categorical identification by beat officers– Constable Vipin and Head Constable Hari Babu– in their statements recorded under section 161 (evaluation by cops) of the Code of Bad Guy Procedure on April 7,2020 Their recognition was hardly of any consequence, it said, adding that although they were published as beat officers in the location at the appropriate time of the occurrence, they waited till April to name the implicated when they had actually categorically seen and identified them allegedly indulging in riots on February 25, 2020.

    Being police authorities, what stopped them from reporting the matter then and there in the cops station or to bring the exact same in the understanding of higher cops officers. This cast a serious doubt on the trustworthiness of two cops witnesses, the cour stated in its order. It further stated that the CCTV video footage trusted by the police in the event referred to February 24, 2020, whereas the event took place the next day.

    No CCTV/video video footage of February 25, 2020, (on which date the incident in question occurred) has been placed on record by the examining company. “The applicants (Shoaib and Shahrukh) were not jailed from the area, instead their arrest has been formally impacted in the case on April 15, 2020 (i.e after lapse of about 55 days of the date of incident) in Mandoli Prison …, it added. It likewise said both the accused were entitled for grant of bail on the ground of parity as the function assigned to them was on similar footing as co-accused Rashid who was currently enlarged on bail.

    Be that as it may, the examination in the matter is complete; charge sheet has actually also been filed; trial in the matter is likely to take long time; candidates can not be made to jail in prison for infinity simply on account of the truth that other persons who were part of the riotous mob need to be recognized and detained in the matter, it stated. It directed both the implicated not to damage evidence and to install Aarogya Setu app on their smart phones.

    Throughout the hearing, supporter Salim Malik, standing for the accused, claimed they have been wrongly implicated in the matter and were mere bonafide spectators. Special Public District Attorney D K Bhatia, standing for the cops, argued that both the implicated were apparently present at the spot with an illegal assembly which was equipped with stones, sticks, fuel bombs and acid bottles.

    Common violence had actually broken out in northeast Delhi on February 24 last year after clashes in between the Citizenship (Amendment) Act advocates and protesters spiralled out of control leaving at least 53 individuals dead and around 200 injured.

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