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Delhi Police has mentioned 164 witnesses in its charge sheet, including 76 policemen and 7 local citizens. The police have recorded Hasan’s statement under section 164 of the CRPC.
In North East Delhi, serious allegations have been leveled against BJP leader Kapil Mishra in the charge sheet filed in the murder case of head Constable Ratan Lal during the riots during the Citizenship Amendment Act and NRC protests in the month of February. According to media reports, a witness in the charge sheet said that during the demonstration against the anti-CAA agitators, he had heard that the people of BJP leader Kapil Mishra had set ablaze a venue. Witness Najm-ul Hasan said that he was present on the spot at the moment of the incident, but he did not see the alleged incident but he had heard from some people saying that the BJP leader’s people set ablaze the venue.
According to information received, the police has termed Najm ul Hasan as the main witness in his charge sheet, who was fully aware of the conspiracy to protest in Chandbagh. The police has mentioned 164 witnesses in their charge sheet, including 76 policemen and seven local citizens. The police has recorded the statement of witness Najm ul Hasan under section 164 of the CRPC. The statement can be considered as evidence during the criminal trial. Witness Najm ul Hasan says that some people of BJP leader Kapil Mishra were set ablaze at the venue. I did not see it, but people were making such noises.
There has been no comment from BJP Kapil Mishra in this regard so far. Delhi should not give them any role in instigating the violence that Kapil Mishra had said that he had no role in instigating violence in Delhi. It also said that none of his men had pelted stones. On the contrary, he said that he was there to end the tension because people were angry. Kapil Mishra, while cleaning up, said that two important roads in the locality were blocked on behalf of the protestors, which led to the people being very agitated.