Mail News Service
Jamshedpur: The court has rejected the bail plea of 30 individuals who were incarcerated in connection with the Kadma Shastrinagar violence case in Jamshedpur. The verdict was delivered by ADJ-2 Abhash Verma of the Jamshedpur Court after a thorough hearing on the matter.
Among the individuals whose bail was denied are Ibrar Ansari, Waheed Alam, Furkan Ansari, Amir Khan, Mohd. Muzaffar Sajjad, Sheikh Parvez, Mohd. Sadam Alam, Mohd. Shahi Baig, Mohd. Zakir Hussain, Mohd. Naseer, Sabbir Ahmed, and others. The accused have been detained in jail awaiting further legal proceedings.
The Kadma Shastrinagar violence erupted on April 9, causing unrest and clashes between two communities. The situation escalated to the extent that firing ensued. Despite warnings from the police, the miscreants persisted in creating chaos. Stones were pelted even on the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Prabhat Kumar during the incident. Following the incident, Section 144 was imposed in Kadma, and reinforcements were deployed to restore peace. Sub-Divisional Officer Piyush Kumar Sinha, Deputy Superintendent of Police Kamal Kishore, Jai Prakash Kurmali, Executive Magistrate, and several police personnel suffered severe injuries during the unrest.
Based on the statement provided by JNAC’s city manager, Anya Raj, an FIR was filed at Kadma police station against thousands of unidentified individuals, including 118 named suspects. The charges filed against them include attempted murder, incitement of religious sentiments, and obstructing government work by firing and bomb blasts. As a result, numerous individuals have been held in custody in connection with the case. The court’s decision to reject the bail pleas emphasizes the seriousness of the charges leveled against the accused.