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Jamia Student Mohd. Mohsin Ahmad Accused In Terror Funding Case Allowed To Write Exam In Jail

Mohd Mohsin Ahmad is accused in a UAP(A) case for allegedly raising funds for ISIS. New Delhi: A special

Jamia Student Mohd. Mohsin Ahmad Accused In Terror Funding Case Allowed To Write Exam In Jail


Mohd Mohsin Ahmad is accused in a UAP(A) case for allegedly raising funds for ISIS.

New Delhi:

A special court of the National Investigation Agency in New Delhi on Wednesday allowed Jamia Milia Islamia University student Mohd. Mohsin Ahmad to write his BTech exam at Tihar Jail.

Ahmad had moved an application seeking permission to write the seventh-semester examination for the BTech course at Jamia.

The court directed that an authorised invigilator by the university visit the concerned jail on the day of the examination as per schedule.

“The Superintendent Jail shall ensure that the arrangement for facilitating the applicant or accused to appear in the examination be made in such a room or library where there is complete peace and a congenial environment,” the district judge ordered on December 6, 2023.

Ahmad is accused in a UAP(A) case for allegedly raising funds for ISIS. He was chargesheeted by the NIA in January, this year.

The Principal District and Sessions Judge of Patiala House Court, Sanjay Garg, allowed Mohd. Mohsin Ahmed’s plea to write exams in Tihar jail.

The NIA arrested Ahmed on August 6, 2022, in connection with a case filed in June 2022.

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