IB staffer murder: Muslims turned violent on Hussain’s provocation observes court

tahir-hussain-ankitNew Delhi, Aug 22: While summoning former AAP councillor Tahir Hussain and nine others in connection with the murder of Intelligence Bureau staffer, Ankit Sharma, a Delhi court observed that prima facie Hussain had provoked and instigated people to promote enmity between Hindus and Muslims.

The court said that he had instigated the people by claiming that the Hindus had killed a number of Muslims and they should not let them go scot free, the court also observed while issuing the summons.

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Fresh chargesheets against Tahir Hussain, who instigated killing of IB staffer

tahirNew Delhi, June 20: The Delhi Police has filed two more chargesheets against former AAP councillor, Tahir Hussain in connection with the northeast Delhi riots. The two chargesheets were filed in connection with two separate incidents of violence.

The first related to arson and rioting at a parking lot in Chand Bagh, while the second related to arson and robbery at godown in Karawal Nagar. Along with his Hussain, his brother, Shah Alam and 10 others have been charged.

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Murder of IB staffer Ankit Sharma a pre-planned conspiracy

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Ankit Sharma

New Delhi, Mar 13: The Delhi Police have found evidence to suggest that the murder of Intelligence Bureau staffer Ankit Sharma was a pre-planned one.

Sources in the Delhi Police tell OneIndia that the killers had sought to isolate him and then kill him. It was a clear attempt to send out a message to the establishment the source also said. The police is also questioning, suspended Aam Admi Party councillor Tahir Hussain in this regard.

Isolated, abused, stabbed: What Islamic radicals conveyed with the murder of Ankit Sharma

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Ankit Sharma

An eight-day hunt ended in the surrender of Tahir Hussain who was arrested by Delhi Police. The Special Investigation Team will now look to make progress in the probe of the murder of Intelligence Bureau staffer Ankit Sharma

Bengaluru: In an important development, a key suspect in the Ankit Sharma murder case and suspended Aam Admi Party leader Tahir Hussain was arrested by Delhi Police.

An eight-day long chase ended when Hussain surrendered after the court dismissed his anticipatory bail plea. The arrest and subsequent questioning of Hussain will reveal details regarding the IB staffer, Ankit Sharma’s murder.

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Tahir’s goons were firing guns, hurling petrol bombs: Ankit Sharma’s father in FIR

tahir-hussainNew Delhi, Feb 28: The Delhi Police have filed a murder case against Aam Admi Party leader, Tahir Hussain in connection with the killing of Intelligence Bureau official Ankit Sharma.

The case under Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code was filed following a complaint by Ankit’s father, Ravinder Sharma.

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Multiple abrasions, deep cuts by sharp objects says Ankit Sharma’s autopsy report

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Ankit Sharma

New Delhi, Feb 28: The autopsy report of the martyred Intelligence Bureau official, Ankit Sharma says that the body had multiple abrasion, deep cuts caused by sharp objects.

He was stabbed multiple times, the report also says.

Multiple abrasion, deep cuts by sharp edge objects, the report said. This suggests that Sharma was stabbed multiple times.

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Kejriwal vs Modi: Is it time for AAP to stick its finger in the national pie

modi-kejriwalNew Delhi, Feb 13: Will Arvind Kejriwal be Narendra Modi’s challenger in 2024. There are a good four years away for the next national election, but there is already talk that Kejriwal would be the face of the Opposition in the 2024 elections.

While the AAP would already be nurturing its national ambition, leading psephologist, Dr. Sandeep Shastri feels that Kejriwal should not dip his finger in the national pie now.

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Dynasty to Gandhis, everything failed for Congress as party forfeited deposits in 63 of 66 seats in

modi-gandhi-rahulOnly three Congress candidates could save their deposits. Out of the 70 seats, the Congress contested in 66 constituencies, while leaving four for its ally, the Rashtriya Janata Dal. There has been a consistent dip in the performance of the Congress in Delhi.

New Delhi: The party that ruled Delhi for 15 years, touched a record low, when it not only failed to open its account in the Delhi elections, but lost their deposits in 63 constituencies.

Only three Congress candidates could save their deposits. Out of the 70 seats, the Congress contested in 66 constituencies, while leaving four for its ally, the Rashtriya Janata Dal. What was worse for the Congress is that it managed to bag a vote share of just 4.26% as opposed to the 53.57% and 38.51% bagged by the Aam Admi Party and the BJP respectively.

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Is it time for Aam Admi Party to give it another shot on the national scene

aap12.jpgNew Delhi, Feb 11: A banner outside the Aam Admi Party’s office in Delhi read, join AAP for nation-building. To join the AAP, dial, 9871010101.

The AAP won in the most outstanding fashion in the Delhi elections. However, this banner is an indicator that the AAP has once again started to nurture national ambitions like it had done in 2014. In 2014, the AAP launched the Main Bhi Aam Admi campaign. It had provided a toll-free number for people to either give a missed call or send a message in order to join the party.

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Delhi: Close contests result of straight fights, Congress has become irrelevant: Dr. Shastri

aap-bjpNew Delhi, Feb 11: It is certain that the Aam Admi Party is returning to power in Delhi. Most of the contests have been a close one.

Why have the margins been so close. To explain all of this, OneIndia caught up with leading political scientist, Dr. Sandeep Shastri.

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