A Delhi Court on Thursday granted bail to Pinky Chaudhary alias Bhupinder Tomer, one of the accused persons in the Jantar Mantar anti-Muslim sloganeering case..Metropolitan Magistrate Prayank Nayak allowed Chaudhary parity with co-accused Preet Singh, who was granted bail by the Delhi High Court on September 24. The judge noted that Chaudhary is stated to have left the spot of meeting at 1.29 pm, while the controversial slogans were raised at 4 pm. He would also not be required for interrogation, the judge said."Hon’ble High Court of Delhi vide order dated September 24, 2021 has released co-accused Preet Singh on bail while noting that co-accused Preet Singh has left the spot at around 2.00 PM whereas the inflammatory slogans were raised at around 4.00 PM on the location and that co-accused Preet Singh has no longer required for custodial interrogation. Since the present accused/applicant Bhupender Tomar @ Pinki Chaudhary is stated to have left the spot of meeting at 1.29 PM and is also not required for interrogation, the court is of the view that he deserves to be released on bail on account of parity with co-accused Preet Singh," the order stated..Chaudhary was allegedly part of a rally that took place on August 8 in Delhi under the Bharat Jodo Movement against colonial-era laws in the country, where anti-Muslim slogans were said to be raised.The rally was organised by former BJP spokesperson and Supreme Court lawyer, Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay.A video had later emerged from the site of rally in which few people were seen calling for killing of Muslims. Upadhyay along with five others were later arrested based on the video.After his anticipatory bail plea was rejected on August 21 by a Delhi court and by the Delhi High Court on August 27, Chaudhary had surrendered before the police. He was later remanded to judicial custody before he moved the present bail plea.