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NIA opposes bail to Er Rashid
Says it will open floodgate for others
6/18/2024 10:16:25 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, June 18: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday opposed the bail application of the newly elected Lok Sabha member from Baramulla Lok Sabha seat Engineer Rashid.
During the discussion of the bail application of Engineer Rashid, the counsel of NIA argued that if Engineer Rashid is granted interim bail, it will open the way for others facing similar accusations.
After listening to both parties, Delhi’s Patiala House Court Tuesday deferred by five days the hearing into a bail plea moved by Abdul Rashid Sheikh, alias Engineer Rashid – the winning candidate from the Baramulla Parliamentary constituency.
Additional Sessions Judge Patiala House Court, Chander Jeet after hearing exhaustive arguments from counsels on both sides decided to defer the next hearing to June 23.
The 56-year-old politician who has been in Delhi’s Tihar jail on accusations of militant funding under the Unlawful Activities Preventi
After listening to both parties, Delhi’s Patiala House Court deferred the hearing by 5 days.
The 56-year-old politician has been in Delhi’s Tihar jail on accusations of terror funding for 5-years.
Er Rashid contested election from jail as independent candidate defeated former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah by a margin of 204142 votes
n Act (UAPA) for over five years now, emerged victorious in the Baramulla Lok Sabha constituency.
Notably, the first Parliament session is scheduled to start on June 24 and conclude on July 3.
Contested election from jail, Independent candidate Abdul Rashid Sheikh alias Engineer Rashid defeated former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah by a margin of 204142 votes in north Kashmir’s Baramulla Lok Sabha seat.
Engineer Rashid contested the Lok Sabha election from the jail. His candidature was supported by the Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) of Ghulam Nabi Azad.
Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) has announced its unconditional support for jailed leader Engineer Abdul Rashid in the Baramulla Lok Sabha seat.
Engineer Rashid, who has been lodged in Delhi’s Tihar Jail since August 2019 in a terror funding case, received this backing after his son Abrar Rashid approached DPAP chairman Ghulam Nabi Azad and sought support for his father.
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