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Delhi Riots Were Pre-Planned, Confesses JNU Alumnus Umar Khalid


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New Delhi: Delhi Police Special Cell made another arrest in the Delhi violence case on Sep 14. Umar Khalid has been arrested under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). Delhi Police Special Cell arrested Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) alumnus Omar Khalid in Delhi violence case. According to sources, Umar Khalid was summoned and called for questioning. He has been arrested after several hours of questioning.

Now after the interrogation, it has come out that JNU alumnus Umar Khalid played a key role in the conspiracy of the Delhi riots. The plot of the riots was prepared in a very planned manner. This is revealed in the interrogation of Omar Khalid, who was arrested by the Special Cell of Delhi Police.

The Special Cell has taken Umar Khalid on a ten-day police remand. Police have found out in the investigation that Umar Khalid was involved in plotting riots in protest against CAA and NCR since December 2019. Later when he got support from people, his encouragement increased.

Police have sought a forensic report of Umar Khalid’s mobile and are analyzing it. 40 GB data from Umar Khalid’s mobile has been found related to the riots. Delhi Police’s Special Cell has arrested JNU alumnus Umar Khalid on charges of plotting riots in Delhi.
Investigations have also revealed that Umar Khalid gave provocative speeches at several picketing sites in East Delhi. He provoked the protesters through his speeches. Umar Khalid was also associated with several WhatsApp groups. He was preparing the role of riots through the group.

In the supplementary charge sheet recently prepared by the Crime Branch of Delhi Police, members of the ‘Pinjra Tod’ have revealed a lot about the conspiracy of Umar Khalid. In the supplementary charge sheet, the police have said that at the behest of Umar Khalid and Rahul Rai, such places were selected for picketing where there was more traffic.

Such conditions were created that common people would clash and riots break out. At the behest of Umar Khalid, more and more women were mobilized at picketing sites so that the police would not use force.

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