Delhi Central Jail number 11, Mandoli permitted the student accused of murder in the northeast riots to appear for OBE.
Delhi University has begun conducting open book exams from 10th August. Some students are facing problems while appearing for open book exams but the authority is managing to handle all the difficulties.
Northeast Delhi was surrounded by riots in the month of February. Out of all the people in communal violence, a student was accused in a murder case in the Delhi riots. Delhi Court allowed the accused to appear through jail for the Open book exam(OBE). Superintendent of Central Jail number 11, Mandoli facilitated Aman Kashyap, the accused to appear for open book exam through jail. Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav instructed the superintendent to facilitate the student for OBE.
THE SUPERINTENDENT FACILITATED THE ACCUSED FOR OBE
The court said that the applicant appearing for OBE is accused of murder. The superintendent is directing the applicant to appear for OBE through jail.
AMAN KASHYAP IS CURRENTLY PURSUING BACHELOR OF ARTS FROM SCHOOL OF OPEN LEARNING
The accused Aman Kashyap informed the court that he is a final year students and is currently pursuing Bachelor of Arts in International History from the School of Open Learning of Delhi University. He is of 22 years of age and final year student at the college.
THE CASE IS OF BRIJPURI IN DELHI
He is accused in the case of one Monis in Brijpuri. As per all the prosecutions, the person was returning back from his father’s home on February 25. He was carrying sweets with him. When he reached Yamuna Vihar bus stand he got to know that riots are happening in this area.
THE MOB CAUGHT THE PERSON IN RIOTS
The police said that he was caught in the riots by the mob and was beaten severely. He was severely injured and died in the hospital.
200 PEOPLE INJURED IN THE NORTHEAST DELHI RIOTS
On 24 February, the violence between citizenship supporters and protesters got out of control leading to communal clashes. 53 people have died in the riots and 200 were injured. The court referred to Delhi High court to look after the seriousness of the matter while considering an interim bail plea.