Decision of High Court in Jamshedpur violence case, 14 accused including BJP leader got bail

Ranchi:  BJP leader Abhay Singh has got bail in the Jamshedpur violence case. A decision was taken on this from the High Court on Friday and he has been granted bail. Even after getting bail from the High Court, Abhay Singh will not be able to be released from jail as the police, while registering a case against him in the Jugsalai riot case, also got the production done in the court. He was arrested in connection with the disturbance that took place on the evening of April 10 in Shastri Nagar block number 2-3 under Kadma police station.

The Jharkhand High Court has given its verdict on the bail of 14 accused including BJP leaders Abhay Singh, Janardan Pandey, Umesh Singh, Tehsil Raja, Mukesh Mishra, and Sandeep Pandey. The hearing could not be held earlier in this matter. All the accused were sent to jail on April 11 (Tuesday) from Bishtupur police station. After the arrest of Abhay Singh, BJP, BJMO and other Hindu organizations protested against the district administration.

In the High Court, the bench headed by Sujit Narayan Prasad decided on bail. Advocates Rajendra Krishna, Indrajit Sinha, Akhori Avinash Kumar advocated on behalf of the applicant. Many veteran leaders of BJP went to jail and met Abhay Singh.In these, Union Minister Arjun Munda, former Chief Minister Raghuvar Das, Babulal Marandi, MP Vidyut Varan Mahato, MP Deepak Prakash, MLA Saryu Rai, former MLA Arvind Singh, Maneka Sardar, Kunal Shadangi, Anant Ram Tudu, Ravindra Rai, many BJP leaders went.

In Jamshedpur’s Kadma Shastri Nagar block number two, there was fierce stone-pelting between two communities on the evening of April 10. Firing also took place there. It had its effect in the entire Shastri Nagar. In view of the situation, a large number of RAF jawans were also deployed along with the force. Section 144 was imposed in the area, and the internet was also shut down to prevent any kind of rumour from spreading. In this case, the police had registered a case against 119 named and 1200 unknown people of both the parties at the Kadma police station.

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