The third accused C P Usman, who is still absconding, purportedly managed to flee when the police patrolling team reached the spot.
Two journalists were booked following an article in their website "openly endorsed revolutionary ideologies and activities."
The author openly endorsed revolutionary ideologies and activities and expressed shock and dismay at the deteriorating character of the armed revolutionary leaders of Manipur, says the FIR.
The charge-sheet was filed before a special NIA court here under sections of the IPC and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act against 28-year-old Abdur Rahman of Bengaluru.
The submissions were made when the counsel of Umar Khalid told the court he has moved an application seeking that Khalid be permitted to access the soft copy.
His brother said that they will approach the Supreme Court against the Kerala High Court verdict. "We have spoken to our lawyers. They said that a petition will be filed soon," he said.
Pujari had sought an urgent hearing on the application saying that the CDRs are dissipated after 12 months by the mobile service providers.
The court sought a detailed report from the prison authorities on Wednesday on the steps that have been taken to address the issue and to also state if shifting to her to another jail was required.
Meanwhile, the NIA Court on Friday considered the bail applications of six more accused persons in the case.
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The Delhi High Court had granted her bail on June 23 on humanitarian grounds as she was 23-weeks pregnant then.
The Delhi High Court had, on October 23, granting bail to Khan and noted the police has failed to give any evidence that he was directly involved in the protest against Citizenship Amendment Act.
To prosecute the accused under Section 13 of the UAPA, the Delhi Police needed sanction from the MHA and under Sections 16, 17 and 18 from the Delhi government.
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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 officer said that the prosecution sanctions against Khalid were received a fortnight ago and added that the Delhi Police can now name Khalid in their supplementary charge sheet.
A bench headed by CJI SA Bobde said it is "bothered" by how the Bombay High Court has not heard the plea filed by Varavara Rao seeking his release.