New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has granted interim custody bail to Jamia student Asif Iqbal Tanha to allow him to prepare and sit in three backlog exams for his Bachelor’s degree. He will be released on 13 June for two weeks and will stay at FabHotel-Le-Grand, Kalkaji, New Delhi, reported Live Law.
A division bench comprising Justice Siddharth Mridul and Justice Anup J. Bhambhani granted bail to Tanha, who is facing trial in Delhi violence conspiracy case, on the condition that he will stay at an allotted facility under the custody of two prison guards. The court order said that he shall arrange a laptop computer and a non-smart phone which he will surrender to Delhi Police Special Cell at the end for forensic audit.
He shall also bear all charges, costs and expenses for the 2 rooms at the said facility, one to be occupied by him and the other to be occupied by the two deputed prison guards for the entire duration of interim custody bail.
It has been further directed that he shall deposit, in advance, with the concerned Jail Superintendent the sum of Rs.50,000/- (Rs. Fifty Thousand Only) on or before 10th June.