Riots in northeast Delhi: court rejects AAP councilor Tahir Hussain's suspended bail statement

NEW DELHI: A Delhi court rejected the suspended councilor's declaration of bail (AAP). He claimed that he has been falsely implicated in a case related to violence in northeast Delhi in February.

Hussain had filed a request for bail in a Delhi court saying it is evident from the fact that he has not recovered from him during police detention or later in the case related to violence in the northeast area of ​​Delhi.

The statement had also stated that the main defendants, and Tanvir, have already been arrested and are currently in judicial custody. The alleged weapons used to fire have already been recovered from them and have not been recovered from weapons, bullets, or even empty cartridges from him and his home.

Tahir Hussain and others were arrested for attempting to criminally murder and conspire for a complaint filed by a man.

Seeking bail, Tahir's lawyer, Javed Ali, had stated that his client is an innocent person, who has been falsely implicated in this case. A false case has been brought against him to harass him and save the true perpetrators of the crime.

He also mentioned in the bail statement that Tahir is a victim rather than a defendant, as he is allegedly played by the police, who have so far failed to present any evidence to demonstrate that the applicant had a role to play in the alleged crime against him.

The Delhi Cell Special Police recently imposed new additional charges under the provisions of the Illegal Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) in a separate case related to the Northeast case, including Hussain.

The Delhi Cell Special Police has recorded a separate case regarding the violence in northeast Delhi in February.