Police questioned JNU alumnus leader Omar Khalid over Delhi riots, mobile phone also confiscated


new Delhi: Delhi Police in February in connection with the alleged conspiracy of riots in North East Delhi
University (JNU) alumnus leader Omar Khalid is questioned. Also Read – Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2020: Bumper vacancy left for the posts of constable in Delhi Police, apply soon, know details

A senior police officer said, “The Special Cell of the Delhi Police on Friday alleged an alleged conspiracy behind the riots
Khalid was questioned in connection with this. His mobile phone has also been seized by the police. ” Also Read – Serial killer doctor arrested in Delhi, 50 murdered confessions, police suspected over 100

Earlier, a case was registered against Khalid under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). Also Read – Delhi: CRPF sub-inspector in Lodhi Estate killed the inspector first and then shot himself, both dead

Police claimed in the FIR that the communal riots were instigated under a pre-determined conspiracy, which was allegedly
Khalid and two other people composed together.

Khalid reportedly gave inflammatory speeches at two different places and asked people to visit US President Donald Trump
Urged people to come on roads and block roads during India’s tour, so that people internationally
Know how the minorities are being treated in the country.


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