United Against Hate founder Khalid Saifi told the Delhi High Court on Wednesday that the Delhi Police has no evidence to show his involvement in the Delhi Riots of 2020, and that the investigation agency was using conspiracy theories and alarmist language to cause prejudice to him..Senior Advocate Rebecca John appeared for Saifi before a Division Bench of Justices Siddharth Mridul and Rajnish Bhatnagar. She argued that the Delhi Police’s entire case “is based on the opinion of two-three men sitting in the Special Cell’s office who are giving meaning to WhatsApp messages”..John was arguing Saifi’s appeal challenging the Karkardooma court’s order denying him bail in the Delhi Riots conspiracy case.“Use of these kinds of alarming phrases should never be encouraged. This is the prejudice they are seeking to create. This is based on their conspiracy theories not on evidence. This alarming language is being used without any evidence,” she said while referring to allegations made in the chargesheet.The senior advocate said Saifi has been in custody since February 2020 and was arrested in the present case in March 2020.“I do not know whether this case will ever get over during my lifetime… Can we keep a person in indefinite incarceration and wait for them to prove their case which they might not be able to prove?”.She also sought to differentiate her case from that of the co-accused Umar Khalid, whose bail plea was rejected by the High Court in November.The Bench was told that the allegation against Khalid was that he gave a provocative speech. However, there is no such allegation against Saifi and there is no such speech on record either.It was further aruged said that Saifi was picked up on his way to the police station, and contrary to allegations that he was involved in violence, he has been a victim of custodial violence..John concluded her arguments in the appeal on Wednesday. The Bench will now hear Special Public Prosecutor Amit Prasad, who is representing Delhi Police.The matter will be taken up on Thursday.