Jamia Teachers’ Solidarity Association (JTSA), Wednesday, 31st July 2013 released its latest report, ‘Beyond Reasonable Doubt? The Conviction of Shahzad Ahmad’.The document analyzes the judgment delivered by the Additional Session Judge-02, Rajender Kumar Shastri, in theState versus Shahzad Ahmad case (widely known as Batla House ‘encounter’ case). It is an in-depth, point-by-point critique of the judgement as it elucidates and lays bare the stark flaws in the judgement. Besides, the report through photographs and graphics thoroughly demonstrates its objections on the findings of the judgement. It argues that the evidence against Shahzad was not ‘beyond reasonable doubt’.

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Links to New reports:

Evidence against Shahzad not “beyond reasonable doubt”The Hindu

Several weak links in order convicting Shahzad Ahmed: Jamia teachersThe Indian Express

Batla House convict’s lawyer finds holes in verdictThe Times of India

Jamia teachers’ group picks holes in Batla House judgmentThe Hindustan Times

Batla encounter: Why the conviction raises doubtsRediff.com

Evidence against Shahzad not ?beyond reasonable doubt?Newsco

Batla House: Court gave own theory in convicting Shahzad, says counselFirstpost.india

India: Batla House Shahzad Verdict is perverse and a mockery of Justice—Press Release JTSASouth Asia Citizens Web

Released by JTSA
31st July 2013