Jahan, who was arrested on February 26, has challenged an order of a trial court extending time for completing the investigation by 60 more days in the case related to communal violence.
Jahan, who was arrested on February 26, has challenged the trial court’s June 15 order granting 60-day extension to the police to complete its probe against her and activist Khalid Saifi.
The petition, also filed through advocates Tushar Anand and Manu Prabhakar, claimed that Jahan has been falsely implicated in the case.
During the hearing, the additional public prosecutor, appearing for the police, told the court that Jahan was arrested from the spot of the incident.
The court last month concluded the hearing of arguments of the two accused retired police officers, the CBI and Ishrat Jahan's mother Shamima Kauser, who had challenged Vanzara's discharge plea.
Two Intelligence Bureau officials have challenged the summons issued to them by a magistrate's court here in the Ishrat Jahan alleged fake encounter case.