Is it my crime that I say India is as much mine as yours Umar Khalid
| Thursday | 17th September, 2020
At the beginning of the video, he said, "If you're watching this video, I have been arrested."
In his video, Umar asked, "What is my crime?
Is it my crime that I say this beautiful country is as much mine as yours?"
"Umar Khalid himself, before he was jailed, wrote to Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava that the police was putting pressure on his acquaintances to implicate him in the case", Philipose said.
Narwal, Kalita, Ishrat, Khalid and Safoora have all been named in the chargesheet filed by Special Cell on Wednesday.