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‘Instigated the rioters’, charges framed against Tahir Hussain, know what else the court said?

Delhi Riots Case: A Delhi court on Saturday (November 5) framed charges of attempt to murder and criminal conspiracy against former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Tahir Hussain in a case related to the 2020 riots in North-East Delhi. did.

The court was hearing a case based on a statement of the complainant Ajay Goswami, who was shot during the riots on Main Karawal Nagar Road on February 25, 2020. Additional Sessions Judge Pulastya Pramachala said, “I am of the view that all the accused persons under sections 307 (attempt to murder), 120B (criminal conspiracy) and 149 (every member of an unlawful assembly) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) have a common purpose.” guilty of offenses committed in the prosecution of) are liable to be tried for offenses punishable under

What did the judge say?
Eight people, including Hussain, have been charged. The judge said that the six accused – Tahir Hussain, Shah Alam, Nazim, Qasim, Riyasat and Liaquat – could be tried under Section 505 of the IPC as they were “instigating others to teach a lesson to Hindus”. The court acquitted the two accused, Gulfam and Tanveer, for the offense under section 505, saying that there was no evidence to show that they instigated others.

‘The presence of the accused was among the rioters’
The court said that the presence of the accused among the rioters was proved by the statements of several witnesses. “All the accused were involved in targeting Hindus and their such acts were clearly prejudicial to the harmony between the community of Muslims and Hindus and also disturbed public peace,” the court said.

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Special Public Prosecutor Madhukar Pandey said during the hearing that all the accused persons can be tried for the alleged offenses under Section 149 of the IPC. An FIR has been registered against the accused persons at Dayalpur Police Station.

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