Shaheen Bagh shooter Kapil Baisala sent to judicial custody till February 20

After his arrest, Kapil was sent to police custody thrice and was produced before Delhi's Saket Court on Saturday at the end of his remand period.

Published: 08th February 2020 11:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th February 2020 11:00 PM   |  A+A-

Shaheen Bagh shooter Kapil Baisala

Shaheen Bagh shooter Kapil Baisala (Photo | ANI)

By IANS

NEW DELHI: A Delhi court on Saturday sent Shaheen Bagh shooter, Kapil Baisala (Gujjar), to judicial custody till February 20.

Kapil, who belongs to east Delhi's Dallu Pura area, had on February 1 fired three bullets in the air after warning anti-CAA protesters to disperse. He also shouted communal slogans.

After his arrest, Kapil was sent to police custody thrice and was produced before Delhi's Saket Court on Saturday at the end of his remand period.

"We will file a bail application within a week," Kapil's counsel, Akhil Rexwal, told IANS.

During the last proceedings, the court had directed the police to escort Kapil to Bihar to find the person who allegedly supplied him the firearm used in the crime.

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