A Delhi Court on Thursday remanded Pinky Chaudhary alias Bhupinder Tomer to fourteen days' judicial custody in connection with the Jantar Mantar anti-Muslim sloganeering case, in which he is one of the accused. .The development was confirmed to Bar & Bench by Chaudhary's lawyer. .After his anticipatory bail plea was rejected on August 21 by a Delhi Court, Pinky Chaudhary had surrendered before the police earlier this week. .We are not a Taliban state: Delhi Court rejects anticipatory bail plea of accused Pinky Chaudhary in Jantar Mantar anti-Muslim sloganeering case.Prior to his surrender, Chaudhary had also approached the Delhi High Court seeking pre-arrest bail. However, the High Court had declined to grant any interim protection, although it issued notice in the plea on August 27. .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.Upadhyay, however, denied any links to slogan raising stating that he had left the venue at 12 in the afternoon while slogans were raised by unknown miscreants at 5 pm.Upadhyay was later granted bail while bail plea of three other accused Preet Singh, Deepak Singh and Vinod Sharma was rejected.