New Delhi, Sep 21: The National Investigation Agency has arrested an accused in connection with the DJ Halli police station rioting case reported in Bengaluru.
The NIA said that it arrested one Tabrez a resident of Old Bengaluru Layout.
The case was originally registered at Devarajeevanahalli Police Station, Bengaluru city The case had arisen from the incident on August 11 2020wherein a mob protesting against the alleged derogatory social media (Face book) post about Prophet Mohammed posted by one Naveen, had turned violent and attacked the Police Station with dangerous weapons and stones and burnt police vehicles and damaged government and private properties. The case was later taken over by the NIA.
New Delhi, Feb 25: The Centre’s decisions on Article 370, CAA, NRC and the ruling of the Supreme Court had made the SDPI unhappy, following which the riots in Bengaluru were triggered, the National Investigation Agency said in its chargesheet.
The chargesheet also said that the SDPI were waiting to create communal disharmony in the country.
New Delhi, Dec 22: The number of persons arrested by the National Investigation Agency in connection with the Bengaluru riots case is now 187. 17 more persons have been arrested by the NIA in connection with the case.
The case pertains to a violent attack in Bengaluru on August 11 2020 following a Facebook post by Naveen, the nephew of Akhanda Srinivas Murthy, who is a Congress MLA from Pulakeshi Nagar.
New Delhi, Nov 19: The National Investigation Agency conducted searches at 43 locations in Bengaluru city, including four offices of the Social Democratic Party of India, the political wing go the Popular Front of India (PFI). In connection with the riots case.
Riots had broken out at D J Hall and K G Hall on August 11 2020. The cases pertain to large scale rioting armed with lethal weapons causing injuries to police personnel, destruction of public and private property including DJ Halli and KG Halli police stations buildings and public and private vehicles. The riot led to fear and panic in the nearby areas and was intended to cause terror in the society.
New Delhi, Aug 18: The Bengaluru police detained a suspect in connection with the recent violence that broke out in the city over a controversial Facebook post.
The person was identified as Samiuddin and the police have accused him of being in touch with the accused in the RSS activist, Rudresh murder case. He has also been accused of being in contact with the members of the Al-Hind group since the past five years.