Residential part of Delhi Markaz to open after 5 months, Saket court orders
Residential part of Delhi Markaz to open after 5 months, Saket court orders

New Delhi: On a petition filed by Maulana Saad's mother Khaleda, Delhi's Saket court has issued orders to open a residential portion belonging to the Markaz, as he was locked up by Delhi police since April 1. The court in its order said that any citizen of India has the right to live in their residential place under Article 21.

Khaleda (71) had filed a petition in the court that she lived with her son Maulana Saad, his wife and grandson in House No. 168, Basti Hazrat Nizamuddin. On March 31, the entire complex was sealed after registering an FIR, including his home. Khaleda had appealed to the court to open her house. Khaleda had said in her plea that she had not been able to go her home for the past six months.

The court then ordered the administration and the police to open the house within 5 days. The court said that during these 5 days, the investigating agencies may want to take stock of the premises, but at the same time, Mohammed Saad's mother Khaleda has been directed by the court to use only the residential part of the property and only the family will use the building to stay. They will not enter any other parts of the building. The remaining buildings associated are also prohibited from being used for any other purpose.

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