Nandababa Temple Namaz Case: Court dismisses bail pleas of Faizal Khan and Chand Mohammed

Mathura, 24 November: The court of Additional District Sessions Judge II on Tuesday dismissed the bail pleas in the case of offering Namaz at the Nandababa temple in Mathura.

After Tuesday afternoon, a two-hour debate on the bail plea by the government advocate was held and in the late evening, the court ruled that the anticipatory bail plea of ​​accused Chand Mohammed and the bail plea of ​​accused Faizal Khan were rejected.

It may be noted that in the Nanda Baba temple complex of Barsana police station area, two Muslims Chand Mohammad and Faizal Khan made the photo viral on social media after offering prayers.

The police registered a case against the accused as soon as the case was taken into consideration.

The accused Faizal Khan was arrested by the police from Delhi. The other accused, Chand Mohammad is still absconding.

When the hearing of his bail plea started in the court of Additional District Sessions Judge II, the government advocate said in the court that the accused Faisal Khan and Chand Mohammad wanted to spoil the communal harmony. Both deliberately offered prayers in the temple premises. The communal harmony many claimed by the accused was false.

Government advocate Aneem Pal said that the bail plea of ​​both the accused in the case of offering Namaz in the temple has been rejected in the ADJ Second Court.

In the afternoon, the advocates on both sides argued for a long time. Late in the evening, the court while delivering its verdict rejected the bail plea of ​​accused Faizal Khan and the anticipatory bail plea of ​​accused Chand Mohammad.

At the same time, the defense advocate Gunjan said that the copy of the court order has not been received yet; it is being told that the court has rejected the bail plea of ​​both the accused. He said that now we will appeal in the High Court.

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