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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Tahir Hussain charged under anti-terror law for murder of IB staffer,former Cong councillor booked

Tahir Hussain, Ankit Sharma

New Delhi, Apr 23: Suspended Aam Aadmi Party councillor, Tahir Hussain has been booked under the anti-terror law in connection with the murder of Intelligence Bureau staffer, Ankit Sharma. He has been charged under the stringent provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

It may be recalled that he was arrested in connection with the murder of Sharma last month. The police has accused Hussain of rioting, murder and arson during the deadly riots that broke out in Northeast Delhi in February.

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Money doesn’t lie: Delhi riots – Concrete proof of international conspiracy emerges

delhi-riots-mnUnion home minister Amit Shah stated that there is proof that the riots in Delhi was funded internationally and money was routed from other parts of the country to be distributed in Delhi

Bengaluru: Union home minister Amit Shah made a startling revelation when he exposed an international conspiracy relating to the recent riots in northeast Delhi. Shah said that the Centre has information that the money came from abroad and the rest of the country and was distributed in Delhi.

Several agencies have told us that the money came from abroad and from the rest of the country before it was distributed in Delhi before the morning of February 24.

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Grit of Shaheen Bagh dadis directly linked to funding from Pakistan

shaheen-bagh-dadis-mnThe chatter that has been picked up suggests that a handler in Pakistan is cursing one of the organisers in India about the lack of crowds. According to former Research and Analysis Wing officer, Amar Bhushan, one cannot negotiate with a mob. Bhushan told MyNation that no amount of coaxing is going to work as these are a highly radicalised bunch of people.

Bengaluru: There was always a suspicion, but now there is a confirmation with respect to the Pakistan link to the ongoing protests in India against the newly amended citizenship law.

The Intelligence agencies have pieced together evidence of the Pakistan link to the protests based on the chatter that has been picked up. There has been plenty of chatter for the past couple of months and these have been very specific to the protests.

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CAA protests: The Ghazwa-e-Hind motive masked by ‘protection of Indian Muslim’ stories

caa-2aWhile scores of Indian Muslims are being told that CAA will affect them adversely, the real motive behind the protests is the Ghazwa-e-Hind

On February 3, 2020, minister of state for parliamentary affairs, Pakistan, Ali Muhammad Khan said that the Ghazwa-e-Hind has begun. I am positive that I myself will uphold the flag of Pakistan and raise it high in Kashmir, he also said.

The important part in the minister’s speech is the use of the word Ghazwa-e-Hind, which means the holy raid of India. This is a phrase that has been used by terrorist organisations a lot. In the various protests that have taken place against the citizenship law, the role of radical Islamists has been found. These are the same radicals who preach Ghazwa-e-Hind and their sole intention is the destruction of India and the imposition of the Sharia law.

It is official: Protests against citizenship law are the doing of Muslim, pro-Pakistan groups

caa-protrests1aIn one part of the report titled Analysis of Bank Accounts of PFI, the ED says that the organisation received Rs 120.5 crore. There is a direct co-relation between the dates of deposits and withdrawals and the dates of demonstration against the new citizenship law. ED sources confirmed to MyNation that the deposits were intentionally kept below Rs 50,000 as the identity would be disclosed.

In a startling report to the ministry of home affairs, the Enforcement Directorate has spoken about several suspicious financial transactions. The ED suspects that the amount was used to fund the protests against the newly amended citizenship law.

Under the scanner is an organisation called the Rehab India Foundation, which is linked to the Popular Front of India. The Intelligence agencies have often said that there are external elements who are fanning the violence. The money transactions were highest during December 2019, when the protests were most intense, the ED has also said.

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Tell us in 7 days, why property can’t be attached: UP govt gets cracking on rioters

lucknow-violenceNew Delhi, Jan 02: The Uttar Pradesh government has set a 7-day deadline to those it had issued notices to recover the damages to property.

Over 150 notices had been issued seeking to know why their property could not be attached to recover the losses to public property during the protests against the citizenship law.

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CAA protests: How radical Islamists hide behind the veil of cries for democracy

CAA-mn-1.jpgIn the aftermath of the violence and subsequent police firing, several ‘liberals’ spoke out stating that democracy is under threat. However, reports reveal that several radical groups had planned these protests in the name of anti CAA-NRC and wanted to make it about the Indian Muslim.

The eyes of the security agencies are on an office in the vicinity of Shaheen Bagh, Okhla, Jamia Nagar, Batla House in Delhi.

Several Islamic radicals from the area were instrumental in fanning the violence during the protests against the newly amended citizenship law. Top home ministry officials confirmed to MyNation that several radicals had come out and instigated the violence not just in Delhi, but in Uttar Pradesh as well. Most of these persons have now gone underground, the official also said.

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Keralites, Bangladeshis part of riots around CAB in UP, Delhi

UP-riotssNew Delhi, Dec 29: The police have now found a Kerala angle to the protests around the newly amended citizenship law. Intelligence Bureau officials pointed out the presence of people from Delhi and Kerala during the riots that broke out in Uttar Pradesh.

The police while relying on CCTV footage have identified the rioters and even pasted posters with their photographs.

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Automated Facial Recognition Software in full swing during anti citizenship bill protests

delhi-police1New Delhi, Dec 28: The Delhi police is using a software to recognise the faces of those involved in the protests around the newly amended citizenship law.

The Delhi police had acquired the Automated Facial Recognition Software in March 2018 to identify lost and found boys and girls by matching their photographs.

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