Every millisecond of unnecessary detention interferes with accused's rights: Delhi court grants interim bail to UAPA accused

The accused was alleged to be a member of a crime syndicate involved in trading in fake currency, and his complicity was shown by the investigating agency from the intercepted conversation between him and a co-accused.
Every millisecond of unnecessary detention interferes with accused's rights: Delhi court grants interim bail to UAPA accused
Judge Dharmender Rana, Patiala House Courts

Every millisecond of unnecessary detention interferes with the rights of the accused, a Delhi court remarked while allowing interim bail to a terror accused [State v. Sheikh Sehzad & Anr].

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