New Delhi: A Delhi court docket on Thursday despatched the Delhi President of the Popular Front of India (PFI) and its state secretary, arrested for alleged involvement within the communal riots and anti-CAA protests in northeast Delhi, to seven days of police custody on Thursday.
A Delhi Court sends Popular Front of India (PFI) Delhi President Parvez and Secretary Illiyas to 7 days remand in reference to the alleged PFI-Shaheen Bagh hyperlink.
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Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Purushottam Pathak despatched Delhi President of Islamic Group PFI Parvez and State Secretary Ilyas to seven days police custody. <! –
The Special Cell of Delhi Police arrested him on Thursday and produced him within the court docket. Another PFI member, 33-year-old Mohammad Danish, was despatched to a four-day police custody by a Delhi court docket on Monday. The police had argued that to search out out the 'large conspiracy', he must be detained and questioned.
Accused of hatching a conspiracy to incite riots
Police stated that Danish was arrested final month in North East Delhi on prices of hatching a conspiracy to incite riots. Significantly, the PFI is an alleged fundamentalist group and has been accused of offering monetary help to the protest towards the amended Citizenship Act (CAA).