Jantar Mantar anti-Muslim sloganeering case: Delhi Court sends Pinky Chaudhary to 14 days Judicial Custody

After his anticipatory bail plea was rejected on August 21 by a Delhi Court, Pinky Chaudhary had surrendered before the police earlier this week.
 Pinky Chaudhary
Pinky Chaudhary

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.

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