News Desk, Press24 News, New Delhi
Published by: Vikas Kumar
Updated Sat, 15 May 2021 10:22 PM IST
Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav said in his judgment that relief could not be granted to Tahir Hussain, given the seriousness of the crime and its impact in the area. The court said that it was prima facie clear that he used his political power as the kingpin to incite communal flames and to inflame.
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Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav said in his judgment that relief could not be granted given the seriousness of the crime and its impact in the area. The court said that it was prima facie clear that he used his political power as the kingpin to incite communal flames and to inflame. The court said that even though the petitioner did not directly participate in the violence, it is also clear that his building became the hub of the most communal riots after the partition in Delhi for rioters and rabble-rous. The court said that this violence has a deep wound on the conscience of a country like India which is on its way to becoming a superpower.
These two murder cases were registered on the complaints of Ajay Kumar Jha and Prince Bansal. He alleged that on 25 February 2020, he was injured after stoning, throwing petrol bombs and firing at the roof of Hussain’s house by a rowdy mob.
The court allowed Hussein to allow his house to be used by rioters to wreak havoc on individuals from other communities, engage in terrorist funding and use individuals as human weapons. The court said that there is enough material on record to infer that Hussain was present at the crime scene and was inciting a community-specific rioter.
The court said there is evidence in 11 cases against the accused and some suspicious money transactions were also done from his bank accounts. The court said that there are serious allegations against the accused and in view of the facts, circumstances, seriousness of the offense and influence in the area of the petitioner, it is not proper to grant him bail at present.
During the hearing, Special Public Prosecutor Amit Prasad said that it is clear from the statements of the five eyewitnesses and the complainant that Tahir is the main conspirator in the riots. He made riots against a particular community and made the rioters available with sticks, sticks, stones, acid bottles, knives and other weapons on the roof of his house.
The petitioner advocate said that his client has been implicated in a fake case. His client has been implicated for political reasons.
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