Anti-CAA protests: Delhi court grants bail to 12 in Seelampur violence

Additional Sessions Judge Lalit Kumar granted the relief on furnishing a bail bond of Rs 15,000 each and a surety of the like amount.

Published: 15th January 2020 03:54 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th January 2020 03:54 PM   |  A+A-

Brick-bats lie on a road as anti-CAA Citizenship Amendment Act protestors clash with the police at Seelampur in New Delhi Tuesday Dec. 17 2019. (Photo | EPS/Parveen Negi)

Brick-bats lie on a road as anti-CAA Citizenship Amendment Act protestors clash with the police at Seelampur in New Delhi Tuesday Dec. 17 2019. (Photo | EPS/Parveen Negi)

By PTI

NEW DELHI: A Delhi court on Wednesday granted bail to 12 people arrested in connection with violent protests against the amended Citizenship Act in Seelampur here.

Additional Sessions Judge Lalit Kumar granted the relief on furnishing a bail bond of Rs 15,000 each and a surety of the like amount.

On December 18, the court had sent 11 people, arrested in connection with the protest at Seelampur area, to 14-day judicial custody.

Three people were arrested later in connection with the violence and two were granted bail earlier.

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