Delhi Violence : Tahir Hussain’s Call Details Checked, CM Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia May be Questioned
Delhi: The details of the phone call of Tahir Hussain, suspended from the Aam Aadmi Party surrounded by allegations of inciting violence in North East Delhi, are being investigated. A shocking revelation has come out regarding his call details of 3 days before the violence.
According to media reports, a 3-day call detail of Tahir Hussain, suspended from the Aam Aadmi Party, shows that Hussain had spoken to CM Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia and Amanatullah Khan for continue three days before the violence.
According to information received from sources, from Tahir Hussain’s mobile, 56 times Amanatullah Khan, 18 times Deputy CM Manish Sisodia and 9 times Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal were contacted.
Violence started in North East Delhi on the Citizenship Amendment Act on Sunday has killed 42 people and the Delhi Police is investigating the details about the riots.
On Saturday, a 60-year-old rag-picker died of violence after which the death toll reached 43. On Friday, four more deaths were confirmed by the Health Department. The Intelligence Bureau officer and a Delhi Police head constable were killed during the violence.
Police have so far registered a total of 123 FIRs in connection with North East Delhi communal violence and about 623 people have been detained. However, 4 days after the violence, shops opened in some riotous areas of North East Delhi.