The court further said it was also evident that the family members of the accused were attempting to influence the witnesses.
It further noted that the foreigners and other Tablighi Jamatis had disobeyed regulations and lockdown directions despite being repeatedly asked by local police and other authorities.
According to advocate Prashant Diwan, who appeared for the complainant, the convict had kidnapped the child on March 18, 2009 and sent several messages to his father demanding ransom.
The police submitted that he has been chargesheeted as no such loan could have been disbursed without his knowledge.
Advocate Mehmood Pracha, appearing for Arif, took a strong exception to the digital identification on the ground that it was impermissible in law after the filing of chargesheet.
The role of two ex-directors of the CBI -- A P Singh and Ranjit Sinha -- was under the scanner along with Qureshi in the case.
The complaint claimed that after the result of Delhi Vidhan Sabha Election on February 12, 2020, a video was uploaded on Youtube in which Kejriwal has been shown singing an obscene song.
Information against scribe Rajeev Sharma in FIR 'sensitive' yet 'sketchy', says court in espionage case
The court made the remarks while providing the copy of the FIR to Sharma and co-accusesd -- Chinese national Qing Shi -- arrested in the case.
Pathan had moved the Delhi court through his advocates stating that he wants to remain in the high-risk ward.
Special PP Jitender Jain during arguments strongly opposed the bail plea of accused and submitted that the accused Harinder Rawat was part of the mob involved in vandalism, looting.
A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan issued notice to the Delhi government and police, seeking their stand on the plea moved by an NGO.
The accused will file their plea bargaining applications on Friday, said advocates Ashima Mandla, Mandakini Singh and Fahim Khan, appearing for them.
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Gurmohina Kaur granted the relief to the foreigners on furnishing a personal bond of Rs 10,000 each.
The police had in June filed 59 charge sheets, including supplementary chargesheet, against 956 foreigners belonging to 36 different countries in the case.
Kashmiri separatist leader Shabir Shah given proper medical facilities, Tihar jail authorities tell court
The first case was registered against Shah in 2007 for alleged money laundering in 2005 for terror financing.