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In a bail order in a case related to Delhi riots, the Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat, Shahdara, Karkardooma Court, Delhi penned down a poem writing his verdict. The accused named Babu had been in judicial custody since April 18, 2020.He was arrested on the basis of purported identification by a police officer named Satish. The court observed that the complainant had submitted fake papers and vanished before recording his statement. The Additional Sessions Judge found merit in the bail application and wrote:
"Babu pleading for his bail;
State opposing tooth and nail.
Summers bygone, winters have arrived;
But crime you did, and Rahul cried.
I am not the one, I am not the one;
Too grave the charge, don't pretend.
Whom did I attack, where is he;
Oh! That we know, in the trial we will see.
You say I have said & I deny from the first blush;
Rahul may be gone yet Satish said.
Didn't we say; don't rush;
Let me go, Let me go, even Imran is on bail.
Even then, even then;
It wouldn't be a smooth sail.
Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop!;
I have heard, heard a lot.
Mind is clear with claims tall;
Its my time to take a call.
Babu has a sordid past;
proof is scant which may not last.
His omnipotent can't be assumed;
Peril to vanished Rahul is by legally fumed.
Take your freedom from the cage you are in;
Till the trial is over, the state is resigned in.
The State proclaims; to have the cake and eat it too;
The Court comes calling; before the cake is eaten, bake it too."
Hence, the judge granted bail to Babu on the condition that he will not leave Delhi or indulge in any kind of criminal activity.