While arguing an interim bail application in the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) case related to the Delhi Riots, counsel for Umar Khalid on Wednesday informed a Delhi court that he will not talk to the media or meet the public if allowed to attend his sister's wedding..Senior Advocate Trideep Pais informed Additional Sessions Judge at Karkardooma courts Amitabh Rawat that Khalid was willing to abide by any conditions imposed by the court, including having to provide his live location. He cited judgments where interim bail was granted in UAPA cases subject to certain conditions."Whatever may court impose. Live location...it's his sister's wedding. I have given the location. (In the case of) Ishrat Jahan, the court was pleased to give 10 days for her own wedding. Consider this application not as an adversarial application but treat it between accused and court," he said.Pais further suggested that the condition of not giving any media interviews, as imposed by the Supreme Court on Siddique Kappan while granting him interim bail, could be imposed on Khalid."Siddique Kappan granted interim bail by Supreme Court. A condition was put. Please see the condition put - that condition may be put on me. During his visit- he shall not give any media interviews. Not media public persons... Agreed I won't. Only family and relatives," he said..On the apprehension that Khalid was likely to spread misinformation and cause unrest by speaking, Pais reiterated that Khalid was undertaking to not give any interviews.Defending Khalid's right to attend his sister wedding, he said,"Just because I don't have to tie a particular thread, knot, or stand in a particular picture, I shouldn't be denied of my right to attend my sister's wedding. The only anxiety of my client is that I will use it for political purpose. Take down my undertaking.".Special Public Prosecutor Amit Prasad claimed that the judgments cited by Khalid were inapplicable to the case. He said,"Here we are in a situation that his bail has been rejected. So far as Siddique Kappan is concerned, it was by Supreme Court... if it is passed by this court, then they will say freedom of expression will be agitated. Tomorrow everybody will say..." .The matter is listed for orders on December 12, 2022.