[Delhi Riots] Frontal attack on police who were 'hopelessly outnumbered', argues prosecution opposing bails of accused in riots case

ASG S V Raju termed the task of identifying the accused persons through videography a “herculean” one saying if a person is identified it's a bonus but if he isn’t, that doesn’t mean he is not part of the mob.
[Delhi Riots] Frontal attack on police who were 'hopelessly outnumbered', argues prosecution opposing bails of accused in riots case
Delhi Riots

While opposing the bails of Delhi riots accused persons before Delhi High Court, Additional Solicitor General S V Raju on Wednesday argued that the incident in question was of a “frontal attack on police” who were “hopelessly outnumbered”. [Mohd Arif v. State, Shadab Ahmed v. State NCT of Delhi, Mohd Ayyub v. State (NCT of Delhi), Mohd Saleem Khan v. State of NCT of Delhi, Irshad Ali v. State, Furkan v. State NCT of Delhi, Shehnaz v. State NCT of Delhi, Sadiq alias Sahil v. State NCT of Delhi, Suvaleen v. State NCT of Delhi, Mohd Ibrahim v. State (NCT of Delhi), Tabassum v. State NCT of Delhi]

Appearing before Justice Subramonium Prasad, the ASG called the task of identifying the accused persons through videography a “herculean” one.

If a person is identified it's a bonus but if he isn’t, that doesn’t mean he is not part of the mob,” he submitted.

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