The court set aside a chargesheet and cognisance order passed against Kafeel Khan, noting that requisite sanction was not taken by district magistrate from central and state governments.
According to the counsel, Activist Khalid Saifi has been arraigned as an accused in three cases related to the riots, out of which he has been granted bail in two.
According to the complaint, as read by the lawyer in the court, Shifa-Ur-Rehman mentioned that BJP leader Kapil Mishra took out a rally in which slogans to shoot were raised.
Imam has moved the court seeking bail in a case related to speeches made by him at two universities in 2019, where he allegedly threatened to 'cut off' Assam and the rest of the Northeast from India.
“The investigation conducted includes examination of witnesses, collection and analysis of footages and examination of identified suspects.
A day after his name popped up in the controversy, Bhattacharya expressed surprise and shock, and termed the entire act of putting scores of Indian citizens under surveillance as "anti-national."
The court took the statement of advocate Monika Arora, representing JNU, on record and said no further orders are required to be passed and disposed of the petition.
JNU student Sharjeel Imam has moved a bail plea before a court here in a case related to making allegedly inflammatory speeches during the protests against CAA and NRC at two universities.
The complainant also shared the link of the videos of the speech, which he claimed had gone viral on social media.
Senior additional advocate general Garima Prashad said the state has proceeded since the last date of hearing and has constituted tribunals and framed all the requisite rules.
Gogoi alleged that the BJP-led state government was not sympathetic towards the problems of the people.
Special NIA court cleared Akhil Gogoi and his three associates of all charges under UAPA for their alleged role in the violent anti-CAA stir in Assam in December 2019.
Gogoi was arrested by the police in December 2019 for allegedly inciting violence during the statewide protests against the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act.
He alleged that when he accepted none of the NIA offers of the NIA, he was called a "disobedient citizen" as charged in extreme cases.
Foreigners covered under CAA can submit application for citizenship after appropriate rules notified: Govt
CAA grants citizenship to Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi, and Christian refugees from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan and came to India before 2015.