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The chargesheet stated that the accused had entered into a "deep-rooted and sinister conspiracy to do an illegal act with the express object to disturb societal harmony by their terrorist acts".
The charge sheet, which names former JNU student leader Umar Khalid and JNU student Sharjeel Imam as accused, said there was a tacit understanding between the accused persons to carry out an illegal act. It stated that by a sustained and well-oiled campaign, they created an acute sense of fear and insecurity in the minds of the minority community.
In the supplementary charge sheet filed in the conspiracy leading to the riots in February, the special cell of the Delhi Police have detailed the role of Umar Khalid, Sharjeel Imam and Faizan Khan.
In the charge sheet, filed on Sunday in the Karkardooma court, the special cell alleged that Imam and his accomplices had distributed pamplets, mobilised clerics from nearby mosques and made announcements.
This is a supplementary charge sheet. Earlier, the police had charged 15 persons in the same case but did not name Khalid, a former JNU student leader.
Granting bail to Gulfisha on a bail bond of Rs 30,000, additional sessions judge Amitabh Rawat said there is nothing to state that the witnesses are under threat as the identity of two of them has not been revealed and the rest are police personnel.
It was alleged that Fatima along with other activists Umar Khalid, Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita and others plotted to create unrest in Jafrabad under the guise of peaceful protests.
Gulfisha Fatima, however, will remain at Tihar jail, as she is in judicial custody in a UAPA case.
The admissions will be done after the verification of original documents. There are chances that many students have lost their mark sheets and certificates in the North-East Delhi riots and they may not be allowed admissions on non-availability of original documents, said Narender Passi, Deputy Director, Higher Education.
Additional sessions judge Amitabh Rawat reserved the order after hearing the submissions of Jahans counsel and Special Public Prosecutor Amit Prasad on behalf of the Delhi Police. Prasad strongly opposed the bail while contending that all of Jahans medical reports primarily related to minor spinal issues and it was not serious.