Jamia’s Safoora Zargar has finally got bail from the New Delhi High Court. She was arrested in the case related to Delhi violence, now she has got bail on humanitarian grounds, which was also supported by the central government. Safoora is 23 weeks pregnant and there was a long-standing demand on her social media regarding her bail.
Justice Rajeev Shakdhar, in a hearing through video conferencing, ordered the release of Safoora, pregnant for 23 weeks, on personal bond of Rs 10,000 and bail of the same amount. The court said that Safoora will not engage in any activity related to the case nor try to influence the investigation or witnesses. Safoora Zargar was arrested under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) on charges of communal violence in North East Delhi in February over the Revised Citizenship Act (CAA).
Safoora bail was not opposed by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta on humanitarian grounds. Appearing for the Delhi Police during the court hearing, Mehta said that Safoora can be granted regular bail on humanitarian grounds and the decision should not be taken on the basis of the facts of the case nor should it be made a Nazir.
Delhi Special Team reported in its report that the witness and co-accused clearly stated Safoora as the biggest conspirator in a major crime and serious crime of rioting. she is also a conspirator of riots not only in the national capital but also in other parts of the country. Based on this, she was asked not to bail. The report said that the idea behind the conspiracy was to ‘go to any extent’ whether it was a small conflict with the police or inciting a riot between two communities or “promoting armed rebellion against the current government of the country” Advocate to run the separatist movement by giving.
Lawyer said, Safoora’s condition is critical At the same time, lawyer Nitya Ramakrishnan, appearing for Safoora, had said in the hearing on Monday that the woman is in a critical condition and is pregnant for more than four months and if the police need time to respond to the petition, then the student will be allowed for some time. Interim bail should be granted.