Delhi court Granted bail to a man, who had allegedly thrown ink at Manish Sisodia


NEW DELHI: A Delhi court today permitted bail to a man, who had professedly tossed ink at Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia outside the Lieutenant Governor's office here four days ago.Metropolitan Magistrate Ambika Singh enlarged 42-year-old Brijesh Shukla on bail on furnishing of a personal bond of Rs. 15,000 and a surety of like amount.

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Concerning the accused past contribution in different cases, advocate Rajesh Kumar, who was representing to Shukla, told the court that there were two other criminal cases against him client , of which one has been subdued by the Delhi High Court and the other was a cross-FIR. Mr Shukla, an occupant of Karawal Nagar in Northeast Delhi, was captured on September 19 and was in legal authority. He was captured for purportedly tossed ink at Mr Sisodia, saying he was furious with the Deputy CM's Finland visit when the city was thinking about ahealth crisis .

He was booked under segments 186 (impeding open hireling in release of open capacities), 353 (strike or criminal power to prevent open worker from release of his obligation) and 504 (deliberate affront with goal to incite break of the peace) of the IPC. Mr Shukla has been occupied with challenges the AAP government over different issues and has likewise recorded a grievance in court against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi.

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