Tahir Hussain Anticipatory Bail Plea Rejected

Delhi court dismisses Delhi violence accused Tahir Hussain’s anticipatory bail plea


Delhi’s Karkardooma Court on Thursday dismissed the anticipatory bail plea of ​​suspended AAP Municipal Councillor Tahir Hussain, saying no one was present from the accused’s side.


Tahir Hussain, who was accused of killing an IB officer during the violence in north-east Delhi, had earlier filed an anticipatory bail plea in the court. However, he was arrested after being dismissed by the court.

District and Sessions Judge Sudhir Kumar Jain said that no one appeared on behalf of Tahir Hussain. The court summoned the case four times. Tahir Hussain filed an anticipatory bail petition on Tuesday against the FIR against him. Several lawyers were present in the court premises and insisted that Tahir should not be granted bail.

Advance bail means any person whose name has been registered in a non-bailable offense can request the court for bail in person.

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Ankit Sharma After the violence in north-east Delhi, on 26 February, Ankit Sharma’s body was found from the drain of Chandbang. After Tahir’s arrest, DCP S.S. Srivastava said- “We are taking law action against Tahir. We will present him before the law soon.”

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