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Police Link Yechury, Yogendra, Jayati Ghosh, Apoorvanand And Rahul Roy To Delhi Riots

Yogendra Yadav and Sitaram Yechury are of those conspicuous names included by Delhi Police in its divulgence of charge sheet in the February Delhi Riots case. Besides the CPI(M) general secretary and Swaraj Abhiyan pioneer, the Delhi Police has also named economist Jayati Ghosh, Delhi University professor and activist Apoorvanand, and documentary producer Rahul Roy.

The Delhi Police has referenced that these people purportedly asked enemy of CAA protestors to go to any extreme. Likewise, the police additionally guarantee that these people spread discontent in the network by calling “CAA/NRC against Muslim” and sorted out exhibitions to “distort the image of the Government of India”.

The names showed up on page 17 out of chargesheet documented by the police in the riots case.

Brutal conflicts in Delhi’s North east between February 23 and 26 asserted 53 lives and left 581 harmed, 97 of them with gunshot wounds.

Mr. Yechury reacted to this on Twitter. “Delhi Police is under the Center and Home Ministry. Its ill-conceived, unlawful activities are an immediate result of the governmental issues of BJP’s top authority. They are frightened of authentic tranquil fights by standard ideological groups and are abusing state capacity to focus on the Opposition”.

As indicated by the Delhi Police, Yechuri, Yadav, Ghosh, Apoorvanand and Roy have been blamed on the reason for admissions of Devangana Kalita, Natasha Narwal and Gulfisha Fathima. While Kalita and Narwal are JNU scholars and individuals from ladies’ Pinjra Tod, Fathima is a scholar of Jamia Milia Islamia. Three of them were booked and interrogated regarding the savagery in Jaffrabad.

Mr. Yadav tweeted, “Strengthening charge sheet doesn’t specify me as co-conspirator or even as blamed. One passing reference to me and Yechury, in an unauthenticated police explanation (not acceptable in court) by one denounced.”

Written By Chanderveer Singh

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