Batla Home encounter: Right here is temporary timeline of the 2008 case | India Information
New Delhi: A Delhi Court docket on Monday (March 8) convicted Ariz Khan, allegedly related to terror outfit Indian Mujahideen, terrorist, in a case associated to the 2008 Batla House encounter, noting that he deliberately induced the homicide of encounter specialist and Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma.
Following are the essential developments within the case:
September 19, 2008: The Particular Cell of Delhi Police carried out an encounter in Jamia Nagar’s Batla Home, by which two suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorists and Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma of the Particular Cell of Delhi had been killed. Ariz Khan, Shahzad and Junaid escaped, whereas Mohd Saif surrendered.
January 2010: Shahzad is arrested from Uttar Pradesh’s Azamgarh.
April 2010: Cost sheet is filed in a Delhi court docket. The cost sheet states that the encounter was a part of an investigation into September 13, 2008, serial blasts at Connaught Place, Karol Bagh, Larger Kailash and India Gate.
February 15, 2011: Delhi court docket prices Shahzad of homicide, try and homicide, conspiracy and numerous different sections beneath the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
July 20, 2013: Judgement within the case is reversed by the court docket.
July 25, 2013: Shahzad is asserted responsible of murdering inspector Sharma and assaulting different law enforcement officials by the court docket
July 30, 2013: Court docket sentences Shahzad to life imprisonment.
February 13, 2018: Ariz Khan is arrested on the Banbasa border level between India and Nepal.
March 8, 2021: Ariz Khan is convicted by the court docket and his subsequent listening to is scheduled for March 15.
Ariz has been convicted beneath part 186 (Obstructing public servant in discharge of public features), 333 (voluntarily causes grievous harm), 353 (Assault or legal power to discourage public servant), 302 (homicide). He has additionally been held responsible beneath 307 (try and homicide), 174(a) (Non-appearance in response to a proclamation) 34 (legal intention) of the Indian Penal Code and 27 (utilizing any prohibited weapons) of the Arms Act.