Delhi riots case: Claim in court – Like 9/11 terror attack, a conspiracy was hatched in Delhi

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New Delhi: Delhi Police has opposed the bail plea of ​​Umar Khalid, an alumnus of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. Delhi Police’s prosecution likens the February 2020 Delhi riots plot to the 9/11 terror attacks in the US.

Special Public Prosecutor Amit Prasad opposed the bail application of JNU student Umar Khalid, saying the 9/11 terror attack was planned in Malaysia. The people involved in the execution had taken training after reaching a particular place. Only those people went to America, which was done in the incident. This is how the riots in North-East Delhi were hatched. Umar Khalid never showed up at the protest site, but he continued to prepare the entire outline of the incident.

During the hearing in the court of Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat, Amit Prasad produced several WhatsApp chats which were related to Umar Khalid. Also told how Umar Khalid was preparing pamphlets distributed in Jaffrabad. Apart from the dharna, pamphlets were given to the Imams of the mosques to recite the Khutba during the prayers. Amit Prasad said that the issue of 2020 protests was not CAA or NRC, but in fact it was the pain of triple talaq law, abrogation of Article 370 and disputed structure of Ayodhya. Through this, this was a step taken to embarrass the government. During this, he added a link between Umar and Sharjeel Imam and said that Sharjeel has also been talking like this in his speeches.

At the same time, during the hearing of the case, the defense had said that Umar Khalid did not hold any confidential meeting, whatever meetings were held, were public, on which the prosecution presented two pictures in the court and said that these evidences of the secret meeting were held on Google Lens. You will not find it when you search. At the same time, in this case, the police has filed a fresh status report in the High Court on Friday.

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