Jahangirpuri violence: Police custody of Ansar and Aslam extended TOU

Jahangirpuri violence: Police custody of Ansar and Aslam extended

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Jahangirpuri violence: Police custody of Ansar and Aslam extended

Delhi’s Rohini court has extended the police custody of two accused in the Jahangirpuri violence case, Ansar and Mohammad Aslam, for two days. Police custody of both the accused was coming to an end today. So the police produced him in court. Delhi Police said weapons were recovered from both the accused.

In Rohini court, Delhi Police said the main accused Ansar and Aslam came to know about the procession on April 15 and then hatched a conspiracy. Delhi Police also said, “We have to go through the CCTV footage and identify the others involved in the case.”

Delhi Police today produced seven more accused in court. On April 17, the court remanded Ansar and Mohammad Aslam in police custody and the other 12 accused in 14-day judicial custody. On April 17, Delhi Police charged Ansar and Mohammad Aslam with conspiracy to commit violence. Delhi Police said Ansar and Aslam were informed of the procession on April 15, after which they hatched a conspiracy to commit violence. Delhi Police had sought custody of the two for questioning.

“We are looking for the remaining accused through CCTV footage,” Delhi Police said. The accused, who were produced by Delhi Police on April 17, include Ansar, Zahid, Shehzad, Mukhtar Ali, Mohammad Ali, Amir, Aksar, Noor Alam, Mohammad Aslam, Zakir, Akram, Imtiaz, Mohammad Ali and Ahir. Violence erupted during a procession in Jahangirpuri on April 16 on the occasion of Hanuman’s birth anniversary.

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