A Delhi court docket at this time granted bail to 82 Bangladeshi nationals who had been charge-sheeted for attending the Tablighi Jamaat congregation in Delhi for allegedly violating visa situations, indulging in missionary actions illegally and violating authorities tips, issued within the wake of COVID-19 outbreak.
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Gurmohina Kaur granted the aid to the foreigners on furnishing a private bond of Rs 10,000 every.
The accused will file their plea bargaining purposes on Friday, mentioned advocate Ashima Mandla and Mandakini Singh, showing for the overseas nationals.
Under plea bargaining, the accused plead responsible to the offence praying for a lesser punishment.
The Criminal Procedure of Code permits plea bargaining for instances the place the utmost punishment is imprisonment for seven years, the place offences do not have an effect on the socio-economic situations of the society and when the offences are usually not dedicated in opposition to a lady or a baby under 14 years.
During the listening to, all of the overseas nationals had been produced earlier than the court docket by way of video conferencing.
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