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.
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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.
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.
Dr Anwar said that he was made accused because he moved the court in order to help those injured in the riots.
The prison authorities also said they have no objection to another member Natasha Narwal sourcing books from outside, provided the material does not infract jail rules.
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Tahir Hussain alleged in the plea that his life was in danger in Tihar jail and since his brother and few employees are in Mandoli prison, he will be safe there.
Another family of five, which came here from the relief camp at Al-Hind hospital, has a similar story. They would rather die of corona than by the rioters.
Another death has been reported from the GTB hospital on Thursday.
Peace and Harmony Committee of Delhi Legislative Assembly on Tuesday launched a WhatsApp number and email, where people can file a complaint against hate messages and fake news.
Delhi ministers including Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia visited the violence-hit areas to review the relief operations and build trust amongst all the communities of these areas.
A few leaders of political parties in national capital, who refused to come on record, termed the decision as populist measure.
Staging a protest at the Gandhi statue in the Parliament premises, Congress said it wanted a full debate before moving on to any other issue.
At least 45 people have died and over 263 people injured in one of the deadliest violence in northeast Delhi in decades.
The Delhi Police have maintained a studied silence on the investigation into the riots.