The court had on Tuesday slammed Delhi Police for failing to show any evidence against Azad, observing that people are out on the streets because things which should have been said inside Parliament were not said.
On Monday, Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad filed a bail plea before a Delhi court in connection with a case relating to the Violence that broke in the Daryaganj area of the national capital.
Azad, who is currently in judicial custody, claimed that there was no evidence against him in the FIR which states that he had instigated the crowd to march to Delhi Gate from Jama Masjid and indulge in violence.
For the uninitiated, Azad had called for a protest march from Jama Masjid to Jantar Mantar against the amended Citizenship Act on December 20, without police permission. He was arrested along with other 15 people people. However, they were granted bail by the court on January 9.