Six Accused Granted Bail in Nuh Violence as Jamiat Lawyer’s Compelling Argument Prevails


Team Clarion

NEW DELHI – In a pivotal turn of events, six individuals accused in connection with the Mewat riots have been granted bail today, marking a significant development in the ongoing legal proceedings. The case, which has garnered widespread attention, took an unexpected twist as Advocate Tahir Hussain Roparia, supported by Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind, presented a compelling argument before District Judge Sushil Kumar.

One of the accused, facing grave charges under sections 302 (murder) and 307 (attempt to murder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), hails from Biwan village in Mewat. Roparia, in his impassioned presentation, highlighted the apparent injustice in the charges brought against the accused. He asserted that there was a conspicuous absence of evidence linking the accused to the riots, and compelling indications suggested that he was present in his village at the time of the incident. This assertion was substantiated by call records and other compelling pieces of evidence that firmly established the accused’s alibi.

Following a thorough discussion of the evidence and Roparia’s persuasive argument, District Judge Sushil Kumar made the crucial decision to grant bail to the accused in FIR No. 399 and 401, signaling a potential shift in the trajectory of the case.

In a separate but equally significant development, the court of Additional Sessions Judge Justice Ajay Sharma, under FIR No. 83, 253/2023, granted bail to four other individuals accused in connection with the Mewat riots. In total, six individuals secured their release on bail today across both courts.

The tireless efforts of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind have been instrumental in these developments, with the organization actively pursuing 150 cases related to the Mewat riots. Notably, this relentless advocacy has resulted in the bail of 12 individuals thus far. President of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind, Maulana Mahmood Madani, expressed his satisfaction with this significant development, highlighting the organization’s commitment to upholding justice and fairness in these high-stakes cases.

As the legal proceedings in the Mewat riots continue to unfold, these bail grants serve as a reminder of the importance of a rigorous legal process and the need to ensure that justice is served impartially and in accordance with the law. The outcome of this case will undoubtedly be closely monitored by the public and legal observers alike.


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