Maulana Mahmood Madani, General Secretary of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind welcomes the decision.
New Delhi, December, 12, 2018:- The Supreme Court while rejecting the bail petition of Hashimpura massacre convicts has put them in a tight spot. They have approached the Apex Court for relief with application for exemption from surrendering to jail.
The Applicants BUDHI SINGH through Criminal Appeal (D.) No. 44459 of 2018 and BASANT VALLABH, RAMBIR SINGH, LEELA DHAR through appeal (D.) No.44461 of 2018 have filed their plea in this regard but their plea was rejected by the Hon’ble Supreme Court.
In one other case, SAMI ULLAH, 2. NIRANJAN LAL, 3. MAHESH PRASAD, and 4. JAIPAL SINGH who had already surrendered to Jail, filed Criminal Appeal No.1547-49 of 2018 before the Hon’ble Supreme Court. Their criminal appeals along with application for bail were heard. While admitting their criminal appeals, the court rejected their application for bail.
Advocate Mr. Shakeel Ahmad Sayed, Parvez Dabas, Uzmi Jameel Husain Sayed Ahmad Danish appeared and argued in the aforesaid case on behalf of the complainanants Babuddin and Rehman.
After Delhi High Court verdict in this regard, Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind General Secretary Maulan Mahmood Madani had filed the caveat through his lawyers in the Supreme Court last month and as the case came to discussion, JUH lawyers argued on behalf of Hashimpura victims. Maulana Mahmood Madani expressed satisfaction over the verdict.