Hassle for former Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU) scholar chief Umar Khalid is ready to rise because the Delhi authorities has sanctioned his prosecution below the stringent anti-terror Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act (UAPA) in a case associated to the Delhi riots. The Union House Ministry has additionally given a go forward to the Delhi police within the matter.
“Now we have obtained prosecution sanction in opposition to Umar Khalid in reference to a case registered in opposition to him below the UAPA. Now we have obtained sanctions from each the Delhi authorities and the Ministry of House Affairs,” information company PTI quoted a senior Delhi police officer, as saying.
The Delhi Police, that obtained the permission from the Delhi authorities and House Ministry a fortnight in the past, is now planning to file a supplementary cost sheet naming Umar Khalid.
“To prosecute one below part 13 of the UAPA, we want sanction from the Ministry of House Affairs, which we have now already obtained. For prosecution below part — 16,17 and 18 of the UAPA, we have now obtained sanction from the Delhi authorities,” the officer stated.
Umar Khalid was arrested on September 13 below the UAPA act in a case associated to communal violence that rocked northeast Delhi in February this 12 months. Over 50 individuals had been killed within the violence.