This Jamia student arrested in connection with shooting at hospital in Okhla gets bail
A Jamia Millia Islamia student, who was allegedly involved in a case in which another student was shot at and injured in Holy Family hospital in September, has been granted bail by a court.
Advocate Shakir Khan who represented Mewati Jamia student group said 27-year-old Sabir is out on bail. An FIR was registered under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Arms Act at New Friends Colony police station after the incident.
According to the prosecution, Sabir was involved in the shooting incident at Holy Family Hospital in Jamia Nagar on September 29 in which another student Nauman Ali was injured.
“Considering the facts… That the accused was arrested on September 30, 2022, (and) that he is not required further for investigation and the charge sheet will be filed by the investigating officer within a fortnight… Accused Sabir is admitted to bail on furnishing a personal bond and surety bond of Rs 10,000,” Additional Sessions Judge Prashant Sharma said.
The judge further said the victim did not name Sabir in his complaint and the CCTV footage did not reveal any incriminating act by the accused, reported PTI.
Counsel for the accused, Shakir said Sabir is innocent and if granted bail, he will abide by all the terms and conditions of bail. In the fight Ali suffered a superficial injury on his head, following which he was shifted to the AIIMS Trauma Centre.
After registering the FIR, police arrested six students, including Sabir, for their alleged involvement in the shooting incident.
Aftet their arrest, Jamia suspended them.