Khalid made the claim before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Dinesh Kumar during the hearing on his plea, in which he alleged that he was a victim of ‘vicious media trial’.
Khalid said the alleged adversarial media reports, which painted him as guilty, were continuing and caused him deep distress.
The court directed the investigating officer to supply a copy of the supplementary charge sheet to Khalid through the concerned Jail Superintendent.
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.
Umar Khalid alleged that disclosure statements were being leaked selectively which was affecting his right to a free trial.
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Dinesh Kumar directed the jail Superintendent to provide proper medical treatment to Khalid as per the prison rules.
The students claimed that 14 of the protestors, including Umar Khalid's mother and sisters, were detained, but the police denied it.
Forrmer JNU student leader Umar Khalid was arrested on October 1 in the case related to rioting in Northeast Delhi's Khajuri Khas area.
Khalid allegedly held meetings with his associates at different places since January wherein the conspiracy to "Chakka Jaam" and the large scale communal violence was hatched.
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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.
According to the charge sheet, Khalid allegedly left Delhi on February 23 for Patna and came back on February 27 as part of the conspiracy.
The submission was made before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Dinesh Kumar through video conferencing in the case related to rioting in Khajuri Khas area.
The police filed the charge sheet before Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat against Umar Khalid and Imam under relevant sections of the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) 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.