New Delhi: An alleged Al-Qaeda member, at present lodged within the high-security Tihar Jail, moved an software for a Delhi Court on Thursday searching for permission to help the jail authorities in coping with the Covid-19 instances.
The accused Sabeel Ahmed, who’s a physician, submitted in his software that his expertise and experience as a medical skilled could be useful in coping with the surge in Covid-19 instances and therapy of inmates within the central jail.
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Ahmed’s advocate M.S. Khan sought a path to the jail superintendent for permitting the accused, who’s a professional MBBS physician with seven years of expertise in therapy of important instances, to help the jail administration.
The software submitted earlier than Special Judge Dharmender Rana on Wednesday mentioned his expertise and experience being a medical skilled could be useful for coping with the surge in coronavirus instances and therapy of inmates within the central jail.
“It is, due to this fact, most respectfully and within the curiosity of justice prayed that instructions could also be issued to the jail superintendent for permitting the accused to help the jail administration in for medical functions on such phrases and circumstances as could also be deemed match and correct,” PTI quoted the appliance as saying.
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Ahmed, a member of the banned terrorist outfit Al-Qaeda within the Indian Sub-Continent (AQIS), was arrested by officers of the Delhi Police Special Cell earlier on February 22 for allegedly offering logistic and monetary help to different members of the organisation in India and overseas.
He can be an accused within the June 30, 2007, suicidal terror assault at Glasgow Airport within the United Kingdom.
Ahmed, who was deported from Saudi Arabia on August 20, 2020, was taken into custody by the National Investigating Agency (NIA) in one other terror case lodged in Bengaluru.