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Sitaram Yechury, Yogendra Yadav, economist Jayati Ghosh appointed accomplices in the Delhi riot case

New Delhi: In a major development, the Delhi Police appointed CPI(M) Secretary-General Sitaram Yechury on Saturday (September 12, 2020), Swaraj Abhiyan leader Yogendra Yadav, economist Jayati Ghosh, Delhi University professor and activist Apoorvanand, and Documentary filmmaker Rahul Roy served as a partner-the conspirator rioted in his supplementary fee schedule in February.

They are accused of asking anti-CAA protesters to go to “any extreme” by calling on CAA/NRC to oppose Muslims to spread dissatisfaction in the community, and organizing demonstrations to “undermine the image of the Indian government”.

According to PTI, the name appeared in the supplementary fee form submitted by the police during the riots in the Northeast from February 23 to 26. The form claimed 53 lives and injured 581 people, of which 97 were Gunshot wound.

These prominent figures were charged based on the confessions of three students: in the Jafrad violence, members of the women’s collective Pinjra Tod and JNU students Devangana Kalita and Natasha Narwal, and Gulfisha Fathima of Jamia Milia Islamia – the riots spread from there to Elsewhere in Northeast Delhi.

According to different provisions of the “Illegal Activities (Prevention) Act”, all three people face charges.

In the accusation form released only two days before the start of the parliamentary monsoon meeting, the Delhi police claimed that Kalita and Narwar not only admitted that they were involved in the riots, but also called Ghosh, Apwanand and Roy their thugs. . Mentors, allegedly asked them to carry out protests against the “Citizenship Amendment Act” and take “extreme actions.”

The similarly worded disclosure statement mentioned in the fee bill stated that two JNU students stated that they organized the Daryaganj protest in December and organized Jafrafad chakka against CAA on February 22, 2020 at the request of Apoorvanand Ghosh jam (roadblock) and Roy.

The student activists also told the police that the three had coordinated with the Islamic organization People’s Front of India (PFI) and the Jamia Coordinating Committee to guide Pinjra Tod members to advance the campaign against CAA.

The police have used the statement of Jamia student Fatima to confirm the subsequent incident.

The indictment stated that in addition to Yazuri and Yorgendra Yadav, Fatima’s statement also referred to Bhim Army Commander Chandra Sekka, anti-hate activist Umar Khalid and the Muslim community. Some of the leaders, such as the former People’s Liberation Army Mattin Ahmed and MLA Amanatullah Khan.

The document claims that they helped violent conspirators.

The police claimed that Fatima said in a statement that she was told to organize a protest to “destroy the image of the Indian government.” In her statement in the fee table, she said: “A large number of leaders and lawyers began to provoke and mobilize this group of people, including Omar Khalid, Chandra Sekha Rawan, Jorgendar Yadav, Sitaram Yeqiuli and lawyer Mahmood Pracha and others”.

The allegation said: “Pracha said that it is your democratic right to participate in demonstrations, and the rest of the leaders will fill up the dissatisfaction of the community by calling CAA/NRC against Muslims.”

According to the indictment, Kalita added: “Umar Khalid also provided some tips for protesting CAA/NRC. Under the instructions of these people, Umar Khalid The anti-hate group, JCC (Jamia Coordinating Committee) and our Pinjda Tod (us) members began to protest in different areas of Delhi.”


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