Delhi riots cases: Crime branch to file two chargesheets in connection with violence in northeast district of National Capital

The Crime Branch of Delhi Police will file 14 chargesheets on Friday in connection with a Tablighi Jamaat event and the communal violence in northeast district in the city, officials said.

Press Trust of India June 19, 2020 16:40:15 IST
Delhi riots cases: Crime branch to file two chargesheets in connection with violence in northeast district of National Capital

New Delhi: The Crime Branch of Delhi Police will file 14 chargesheets on Friday in connection with a Tablighi Jamaat event and the communal violence in northeast district in the city, officials said.

Delhi riots cases Crime branch to file two chargesheets in connection with violence in northeast district of National Capital

Representational image. ANI

Twelve chargesheets will be filed at the Saket Court against 41 foreigners who attended the event in South Delhi in March, they said.

The remaining chargesheets will be filed at a special court in Karkardooma in connection with the violence in North East Delhi in February.

In both the chargesheets, the cases were filed against suspended AAP councillor Tahir Hussain at the Khajuri Khas police station, a senior police officer said.

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