[Delhi Riots 2020] Umar Khalid speech may be innocuous in isolation but could have been bugle call for something: Delhi High Court

The Court questioned what Umar Khalid meant when he used the words "inquilab" and "krantikari" in the speech that he delivered at Amravati.
Umar Khalid and Delhi High Court
Umar Khalid and Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday observed that though Umar Khalid's speech preceding Delhi riots of 2020, might sound innocuous, it leaves enough room for people to interpret it as sounding a bugle for something to follow.

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