[Umar Khalid] Delhi High Court relies on Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Maximilien Robespierre, holds 'revolution' isn’t always bloodless

The High Court rejected the argument by Khalid that phrases “Inquilabli Salam” and “Krantikari Istiqbal” used by him were to greet people and to invite the 'spirit of revolution' to protest against CAA/NRC.
Delhi High Court, Nehru
Delhi High Court, Nehru

In its 52-page-order denying bail to former JNU student and activist Umar Khalid, a Division Bench of Delhi High Court also dealt with, in the detail, the phraseology of “Inquilabli Salam” (Revolutionary Salute) and “Krantikari Istiqbal” (Revolutionary Welcome).

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