Anti CAA protests: Court modifies bail conditions, allows Chandrashekhar Azad to visit Delhi
New Delhi, Jan 21: A Delhi court on Tuesday modified the bail conditions of Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad and said he could re-enter the city providing a full schedule of his movements was submitted, at least 24 hours prior to his return.
The court said Azad would have to inform DCP (crime) about his schedule and day of his visit.
"In a democracy where an election is the biggest celebration, which should have maximum participation, it is fair that he should also participate," the Delhi court said.
The Delhi court on January 15 granted bail to Azad, one of the accused in Daryaganj violence case.
Azad was granted bail last week in a case related to anti-CAA protests at Delhi's Daryaganj on the condition that the Bhim Army chief should not be in Delhi for the next four weeks. The judge also said that Azad could not participate in dharnas for one month.