Faceoff: Bail to Jamia and JNU activists in Delhi riots case, Twitter reacts | India News

NEW DELHI. The Delhi prime court docket on Tuesday granted bail to JNU scholars Natasha Narwal and Devangana Kalita and Jamia Millia Islamia scholar Asif Iqbal Tanha, who have been arrested beneath the stringent Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act in reference to a case comparable to bigger conspiracy within the north east Delhi riots in February final 12 months.
The 3 accused have been arrested in Would possibly final 12 months in reference to the violence between citizenship legislation supporters and protesters that claimed no less than 53 lives in nationwide capital.

Twitter reacted to the improvement, with many opposing the bail. There have been others who claimed that the younger activists have been wrongly centered.

‘Bail does not exonerate the culprits’

Delhi Police and Indian executive must be held responsible’

‘Justice prevailed’

‘Natasha misplaced her father’

‘Misplaced hope in judiciary’

‘Unjust incarceration beneath draconian regulations’

‘Keep in mind Ankit Sharma’

‘Do not suppress dissent’