While also highlighting that Irfan had been in custody since February 2022, the HC exercised its powers to grant bail to him.
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The high court, after perusal of the evidence, including the statement of a protected witness allegedly threatened by the accused Irfan, concluded that while the threat might be an offence, it doesn’t necessarily qualify as support to a terrorist organisation
In a significant verdict, the
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