Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat granted the relief to Khalid, who was arrested in a case related to the February 2020 northeast Delhi riots.
Khalid had moved an application seeking two weeks' interim bail -- from December 20 to January 3 -- for his sister's wedding.
"We clarify that any observations made in respect to the petitioner (Imam) will not prejudice the petitioner," the top court said.
The order will be delivered at the Karkardooma courts on December 12.
Khalid has moved the plea seeking two-week interim bail for his sister's marriage.
However, this court finds it a little difficult to accept the subject contention urged by the appellant at this stage.
The prosecution claimed that the cop went to the nearby parking for safety while the mob broke the shutter of the parking lot and thrashed people.
The Delhi Police had earlier strongly opposed the interim bail plea of Umar Khalid, and filed a reply in a court on Friday, November 25, warning that his release will likely cause "unrest in society".
Imam, Khalid and several others have been booked under the UAPA and provisions of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for allegedly being the "masterminds" of the February 2020 riots.
The court said the actions of the accused prima facie qualified as ‘terrorist act’ under the anti-terror law Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act UAPA.
Former JNU student leader Khalid, arrested by Delhi Police in September 2020, sought bail on grounds that he neither had any 'criminal role' in the violence in the city's north-east area.
A bench of Justices Siddharth Mridul and Rajnish Bhatnagar had on September 9 reserved its order on the plea.
The violence erupted during the protests against CAA and NRC. In a letter to his friend written from the prison premises, Khalid said that he feels lonely and pessimistic at times.
Khalid, arrested by Delhi Police in September 2020, said that there was no material to support the case of the prosecution against him.
The high court asked the counsel for the prosecution and Khalid to submit their written submissions in the case.
Special Public Prosecutor Amit Prasad submitted when Khalid’s counsel had said there was nothing wrong in his speech, “It is a very calculated speech. It brings various points.
Hindus for Human Rights, Indian American Muslim Council, Dalit Solidarity Forum and India Civil Watch International joined Chomsky and Gandhi.
Interestingly, the court had called Khalid’s Amravati speech as ‘offensive’, ‘obnoxious’, and ‘hateful’ last month on April 22.
The bench was hearing Khalid's plea challenging a trial court's order which had on March 24 dismissed his bail application in the case.
During the hearing for his bail in the Delhi riots case, the JNU student activist’s counsel said that there is no ideological meeting of minds between the two.