A Delhi courtFriday was the day bail was granted Alt NewsMohammed Zubair was co-founder in a case relating to an “objectionable tweet” he had written in 2018 against an Hindu deity.
Additional Sessions Judge Devender Kumar Jangala granted Zubair relief on a bail bond in the amount of Rs 50,000 and one surety equal. He also directed him to not leave the country without the permission of the court.
On July 2, a magisterial court dismissed his bail plea. It sent him to 14-day (JC) judicial custody in the case. The court cited the nature and gravity the offenses against the accused, and noted that the matter was still at the initial stage of investigation.
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