IB officer Ankit Sharma died on duty and it has become clear now that this was a targeted killing. Experts say that the repeated stabbing is an indictor that the murder did not take place on the spur of the moment.
The post-mortem report of martyred Intelligence Bureau official, Ankit Sharma, has revealed some ghastly details.
Delhi Police officials probing the death said that it is just a matter of time before those involved in this targeted and pre-planned killing are brought to justice. The officer died on duty and it has become clear now that this was a targeted killing. Sharma was brutally stabbed to death earlier this week during the violence in northeast Delhi. His body was found inside a drain.
New Delhi, Feb 28: Last Saturday there was palpable tension in Northeast Delhi. There were Intelligence Bureau reports about a possible flare up. However for the Delhi Police it was a catch 22 situation and its 73 reserve battalions were all over the city owing to the visit by US President Donald Trump.
The two special commissioners Satish Golcha and Praveer Ranjan were at northeast Delhi and the instruction was clear to the force- ‘do not let the two groups clash.’ Further the Delhi Police had very little back up at these areas as the reserve forces were spread out across Delhi on security duty for the Trump visit.
New Delhi, Feb 28: The tension in Delhi began on Saturday night when those opposing the newly amended citizenship law blocked the Jafrabad main road. The violence began when supporters of the Bhim Army pelted stones at those backing the new law.
The assessment by the police which has been shared with the two Special Investigation Teams formed on Thursday state that stones were first pelted at 4.42 pm.
New Delhi, Feb 28: One in every three victim in the Delhi violence has suffered bullet injuries, investigations have revealed. This clearly indicates that the rioters had access to guns and a top Delhi police source confirmed to OneIndia that criminals had supplied the arms.
The death toll currently stands at 38 and 29 bodies have been identified. Of the 38, one of them had died to burn injuries, the hospital authorities said. Further it was also found that 82 had bullet injuries.
New Delhi, Feb 28: Following a review, the Ministry of Home Affairs says that 4.2 per cent of Delhi has been affected by communal riots. The MHA meet chaired by Union Home Minister Amit Shah reviewed the security situation and said that normalcy has prevailed in several areas of Delhi.
New Delhi, Feb 28: The NIA is close to a breakthrough in the Pulwama attack case. The NIA clarified that it had found no evidence against Yousuf Chopan. He was one of the seven over ground workers arrested by the NIA in
New Delhi, Feb 27: The total donations above Rs 20,000 to national parties for the years 2018-19 stood at Rs 951.66 crore. A report by the Association for Democratic Reforms states that the these were from 5,520 donations.
A total of Rs 742.15 crore was declared by BJP from 4,483 donations while INC declared receiving Rs 148.58 cr from 605 donations. The donations declared by BJP is more than three times the aggregate declared by INC, NCP, CPI, CPM and AITC for the same period.