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Delhi Riots main accused Tahir Hussain Acted as Kingpin in Planning and Instigating Flames of Communal Conflagration: Delhi Court states while denying him Bail

Lawstreet Journal 26 Oct 2020 9:34pm

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Former AAP counselor Tahir Hussain has been denied bail by the Karkardooma Court of Delhi on 22nd October 2020. Tahir was the main accused in the Northeast Delhi riots which took place in February 2020. It has been stated by the Delhi police that the accused has been booked under the charges of rioting, murder, and inciting riots by spreading communal hate. It has also been noted that Tahir has been involved in creating a conspiracy to instigate the riots and funding to such. Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav of Karkardooma Court of Delhi found Tahir’s involvement in the riots as illegal and unacceptable and dismissed his bail by considering the suspicious act done by him.

Defending him, Tahir’s counsel made his submission noting that on February 24, 2020, around 1:30 pm a mob has gathered outside his applicant’s house and also set fire a bullet motorcycle parked outside his house. The mob further broke the main gate of the house, entered into the house as well as climbed up the roof, and damaged the house completely. It was being argued by the counsel that the defendant has made several phone calls to SHO, PS of Dayalpur, and ACP of the area for the safety purpose of his and his family members’ lives from the riotous mob, got no help as none of the officials responded to his calls. 

The counsel further argues that there has been a delay in registering the FIR as the incident took place on the 24th of… Continue Reading...


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