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Case Filed Against VHP, Bajrang Dal Organisers For Taking Out Procession Without Permission

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New Delhi: Native Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) chief Prem Sharma was arrested for organising the Shobha Yatra procession in Jahangirpuri with out requisite permission in Delhi, as stated Deputy Commissioner of Police (Northwest) Usha Rangnani.

“A case dated April 17 filed in opposition to organisers of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bajrang Dal Delhi Prant,for finishing up procession (on April 16 night in PS Jahangirpuri space) with out permission; accused Prem Sharma, Jila Sewa Pramukh-Vishwa Hindu Parishad arrested,” stated Usha Rangnani.

On Sunday, the Rohini Courtroom despatched two prime accused within the Jahangirpuri conflict to one-day police custody, reported information company ANI. The 2 prime accused have been recognized as Ansar and Aslam.

The Delhi police offered 14 of the accused in Rohini court docket on Sunday. 12 of these offered have been despatched to judicial custody for 14 days by the court docket, Advocate Vikas Verma informed ANI.

The Delhi police alleged within the court docket that the accused came upon in regards to the Shobha Yatra of April 15 and constructed up the conspiracy.

Usha Rangnani, DCP North-West, on Sunday informed ANI that 20 individuals have been arrested within the Jahangirpuri violence case to this point. She additionally added that two of them had been juveniles. 

“20 accused arrested and a pair of juveniles in battle with the regulation have additionally been apprehended in reference to Jahangirpuri violence case. 3 firearms and 5 swords have been recovered from the possession of the accused individuals. Additional investigation underway,” she stated.

The FIR has been registered beneath the sections 147, 148, 149, 186, 353, 332, 323, 427, 436, 307, 120B IPC and 27 Arms Act dated April 16.

The incident came about on Saturday as a mob pelted stones at a procession on the event of Hanuman Jayanti which led to clashes between two teams. The clashes left eight policemen and one different individual injured on Saturday night.

After the incident, excessive safety has been deployed within the space. 

“After Delhi’s delicate incident, a flag march is being carried out by police with the aim to create an environment of religion and safety for the general public. I enchantment to the general public to keep up peace and never pay heed to rumours,” Love Kumar, Joint Police Commissioner (Legislation and Order) informed ANI.

Earlier on Saturday night, clashes broke out between two teams after stone-pelting incidents had been reported from the Jahangirpuri space within the nationwide capital throughout a Hanuman Jayanti procession.


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