Bhim's army chief, Chandrashekhar Azad, moves to the Delhi court seeking to change bail conditions
NEW DELHI: The chief, accused of inciting people during an attack in Delhi on December 20, moved to court on Friday in search of the modification of the conditions imposed by a Delhi court while granting him bail if.
On Wednesday, the court prevented Azad from visiting Delhi for four weeks and ordered him not to hold any dharna until the elections in the national capital and said the nation cannot be exposed to anarchy.
The statement, presented by defenders and, said that Azad was not a criminal and claimed that imposing such conditions were incorrect and undemocratic.
The court will hear the matter on Saturday.
He had previously said that before going to Saharanpur if Azad wants to go somewhere, including Jama Masjid, in Delhi, the police will escort him there.
Special circumstances require special conditions, the judge had said.
During the verdict, Azad's lawyer had said that the head of the Bhim Army faces threats in Uttar Pradesh.
Azad's team had called a protest march from Jama Masjid to Jantar Mantar against the Citizenship Law (Amendment) on December 20, without police permission.
On January 15, the court granted bail to another 15 people arrested in the case.