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Gopal Sharma News: Jamia shooter Gopal Sharma, who gave provocative speeches, got in trouble, bail plea rejected

Gopal Sharma News: Jamia shooter Gopal Sharma, who gave provocative speeches, got in trouble, bail plea rejected

Highlights

  • Pataudi court rejected the bail plea
  • Jamia shooter arrested for hate speech
  • Now the lawyer of the accused will appeal in the sessions court
  • Hate speech was given in the Mahapanchayat of Pataudi

Gurgaon
Pataudi court rejected the bail application of Gopal Sharma alias Ram Bhagat Gopal, who was caught on the charge of making inflammatory speeches during the Mahapanchayat in Pataudi. When the petition was heard on Thursday, the panel of lawyers of the accused reached the court, but the court rejected the petition. The accused’s lawyer Kulbhushan Bhardwaj told that they will go to the sessions court against the decision of the lower court.

Mahapanchayat was held against the change of religion
On July 4, a Mahapanchayat was held at the Ramlila Ground in Pataudi in protest against the conversion of deaf and deaf students. In this, Gopal Sharma alias Ram Bhagat Gopal, who fired and fired pistols at students during the protest against CAA in Delhi’s Jamia University, also reached.

What statement did Gopal give?
In the panchayat, he made a controversial statement that if people of any community harass your daughters, then treat their daughters and sisters in the same way. Seeing the viral video on YouTube, Dinesh, a resident of village Jamalpur, lodged an FIR against him at the Pataudi police station.

Manesar crime branch arrested
Manesar Crime Branch arrested Gopal Sharma, a resident of Jewar, from Sikandarpur Badha on Monday evening. He was produced before the duty magistrate late in the evening and was sent to jail in judicial custody.

Petition was filed on behalf of 5 lawyers
Gopal Sharma’s bail plea was filed in Pataudi court on behalf of five lawyers on Tuesday. The court had given Thursday the date for hearing.

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