Bengaluru: Anti-CAA violence in Mangaluru - High court grants conditional bail to 16 accused


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (MS)

Bengaluru, Feb 27: The state high court, on Thursday, February 27, granted conditional bail to 16 people who were arrested for alleged involvement in the violence and stone pelting that occurred during the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) violence in Mangaluru on December 19, 2019.

The accused, including Suhail and Thamzeel had applied for bail in High court. Their appeal was upheld by one-member bench of Justice John Michael D’Cunha. Mangaluru fourth additional district and sessions court had denied bail to the accused.

The one-member bench of justice Cunha had earlier approved the appeal for bail of 21 people in the same case. The bench had also taken to task the police with regards to their approach towards the case.

 

  

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