new Delhi: JNU pupil Sharjeel Imam Sharjeel Imam, who was arrested on Tuesday after a controversial video went viral in protest in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), was despatched by the Jehanabad District Court Jehanabad Court of Bihar Bihar on the demand of Delhi Police to ship him on transit remand transit remand Instructed.
Sharjil Imam, an anti-citizenship modification regulation (CAA) activist, was produced in a court docket in Jehanabad on Tuesday after he was arrested from Jehanabad district of Bihar. A case of sedition sedition was registered in opposition to Sharjil Imam on inflammatory speech. He was on the run since then. <! –
Please inform that the police had additionally raided his ancestral home on Sunday, however the Imam was not discovered.
Police of a number of states together with Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Delhi had been trying to find PhD pupil Sharjil Imam of Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Bihar's Director General of Police Gupteshwar Pandey stated, "Sharjeel Imam has been arrested from his ancestral village Kako in Jehanabad." Earlier within the day, his brother was caught by the police in quest of Sharjeel.
# Bihar: JNU Student Sharjeel Imam has been dropped at Jahanabad court docket. He was arrested from Jahanabad in Bihar by Delhi Police, earlier today. Imam had been booked for sedition by Police. pic.twitter.com/6x8gIpwRwO
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A graduate in laptop science from IIT Mumbai, the Imam moved to Delhi to pursue his PhD from the Center for History Studies at JNU. A case was registered on social media after the video of his inflammatory speech went viral. In the video, he was heard speaking about slicing Assam and Northeast from the remainder of India.
Sharjil Imam was heard saying within the video, 'If 5 lakh individuals get organized, then we are able to reduce the Northeast and India completely. If it isn’t, then it’s right for at the least a month or half a month. Put a lot pus on the railway tracks and roads that it takes a month for the Air Force to scrub it.
It is saying within the video, 'It is our accountability to chop Assam (from the remainder of India), then solely they (authorities) will take heed to us. We know the state of affairs of Muslims in Assam. They are being stored in detention camps.
Meanwhile, reacting to the imam's arrest, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar stated that individuals have the appropriate to protest, however nobody can speak of tearing the nation. He stated that the police ought to take motion in arresting the Imam as per regulation and now the courts will take acceptable motion.