New Delhi: Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad visited Jama Masjid, a day after his release from jail, on Friday amid protests against CAA and the NPR.
Azad was arrested during a recent rally against Citizenship Amendment Act, in Old Delhi. He was accused of inciting people during the anti-CAA protest at Jama Masjid on December 20.
The Tis Hazari court had granted bail to Azad on Thursday. Additional sessions Judge Kamini Lau granted the relief to Azad on furnishing a bail bond of Rs 25,000.
Chandrashekhar Azad was granted bail on the condition that he does not reside/hold protests in Delhi for the next four weeks owing to the upcoming Delhi elections. The court has also said that Chandrashekhar Azad cannot visit the Shaheen Bagh protest site.
Meanwhile, the ruling Congress government in Punjab has passed a resolution in the Assembly on Friday, demanding scrapping of the controversial CAA.
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