Delhi Violence: Delhi Chief Pervez and Secretary Iliyas of PFI arrested, despatched to court docket for 7 days custody

by Jeremy Spirogis
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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.

Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Purushottam Pathak despatched Delhi President of Islamic Group PFI Parvez and State Secretary Ilyas to seven days police custody. <! –

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                 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).

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