Mohammed Zubair in 14-day custody, protest against his arrest from Pak

New Delhi: Delhi's Patiala court has turned down the bail plea of controversial website AltNews co-founder Mohammed Zubair. At the same time, on the demand of the Delhi Police, the court has sent the Indianphobia accused Mohammed Zubair to 14-day judicial custody. The court dismissed Zubair's plea saying there was no ground for granting bail to Zubair during the course of the investigation.

Police say Zubair is not cooperating with the investigation. At the same time, during the social media analysis, the police found that most of the Twitter account supporting Zubair after his arrest were from Pakistan. There have also been a large number of posts from the UAE, Bahrain and Kuwait in support of Zubair. AltNews' parent company 'Pravda Media' has received Rs 2,31,933 from abroad.

The public prosecutor has informed the court that when Zubair's phone was reviewed, it was found that he was using Redmi's phone. At the same time, when his phone was seized, Zubair took out the SIM and put another mobile phone. An examination of his call records revealed that he has received funding from several countries, including the UAE.

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