The court directed its staff to preserve the entire video footage of the search with its seal and place it before the court concerned for necessary orders.
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The police have claimed that the communal violence was a premeditated conspiracy allegedly hatched by former JNU student Umar Khalid and others.
A bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan rejected the petition filed by Delhi Police challenging the Delhi High Court’s October 23 order granting bail to Faizan Khan.
The submission was made before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Dinesh Kumar through video conferencing in the case related to rioting in Khajuri Khas area.
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Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat reserved the order after the hearing in which she raised other grounds for the relief which was opposed by the police.
The court had allowed the application moved by the prosecution seeking the conduct of physical measurement, photography and videography of accused Shahrukh Pathan in FSL Rohini.
The court made the observations while dismissing the anticipatory bail plea of Muntajim alias Musa, who had moved the court for relief citing the medical ground of his wife's illness.
The court directed the three persons not to tamper with evidence and install 'Aarogya Setu' app in their mobile phones.
The court said Neeraj's identification as an accused in the cases by beat constables was doubtful since it was done after the lapse of a considerable time.
The investigating officer said that no evidence has been found against the accused persons named in the application.
The court aid that there was sufficient material on record to take cognisance of the offences under various sections of the IPC against Hussain, Tanvir Malik and others.
The conspiracy alleged by the police has formed the core of its investigation into the riots. According to the charge sheet, the conspiracy was centred around three WhatsApp groups.
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Police have filed the chargesheet against 15 accused in the case related to 'larger conspiracy' in the communal violence in north east Delhi in February.
The high court said that once the charge sheet is filed in the case, the accused can agitate the bail before the trial court, which had earlier dismissed the bail plea of Jamia student Tanha.
Rebiero had written a letter to SN Srivastava on September 12 to ensure a fair probe of the riots.