October 20, 2020 10:38:26 am
Dismissing the bail plea of a person accused within the homicide of head constable Ratan Lal in the course of the Northeast Delhi riots, a Delhi courtroom famous it was unusual that across the time the policeman was murdered, the accused was in contact together with his lawyer. Further Periods Choose Vinod Yadav stated name element information (CDR) of accused Shadab Ahmad confirmed he was in fixed contact with proclaimed offenders and co-accused within the case, Suleman Siddiqui and Ravish.
The courtroom stated an odd factor has been seen from Ahmad’s CDR — that across the time of the pinnacle constable’s homicide, his location was across the spot of the incident and he had obtained three calls from the counsel who’s now representing him within the matter. With out naming the lawyer who was in contact with the accused, the courtroom stated, “It could possibly be a coincidence, however not with out significance. I’ll chorus from commenting as to if it was morally or ethically acceptable for discovered counsel to have represented the applicant (Ahmad) within the matter.”
It additional stated a perusal of his CDRs from January 31-February 24 revealed he was in contact with a number of the co-accused within the homicide case as nicely within the matter associated to the bigger “pre-meditated” conspiracy within the riots, being probed by the Particular Cell. “Fees towards applicant are critical… Applicant just isn’t a resident of Delhi and as such, he can be a flight danger,” the courtroom stated.
It famous that although Ahmad has not been seen in CCTV footage collected by police, he has been recognized by unbiased public witnesses and police officers of their statements recorded below CrPC Part 161.
Ahmad’s counsel Seema Misra, Shivam Sharma and Kartik Murukutla informed the courtroom in the course of the listening to that he was “maliciously implicated… by investigating company simply because he belongs to a specific neighborhood”.
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