Delhi Riots 2020: "Acid packets," "petrol bombs" found from AAP leader Tahir Hussain's terrace

Sukirti Mishra 27/02/2020 15:09:05

New Delhi. Dozens of chemical filled packets were discovered on Thursday from the terrace of Mohammed Tahir Hussain’s residence. The chemical is reportedly believed to be filled with acid. Sacks full of stones and crates of petro bombs were also found from the rooftop of the AAP leader’s residence. 


So far, the Delhi police has not named Hussain as an instigator. The videos circulating on social media shows Hussain walking on his rooftop, while his supporters can be seen pelting stones from the terrace of his house. The Bharatiya Janata Party leader Kapil Mishra had previously alleged Aam Aadmi Party of shielding Mohammed Tahir Hussain purportedly involved in the North-East Delhi violence.


The Intelligence Bureau Officer Ankit Sharma's family have claimed that their son was killed by the people who were pelting stones from the building belonging to Tahir Hussain in Chand Bagh area of the North-East Delhi. As per Ankit's father Devendra, his son returned home at around 5:30 pm on Tuesday and left a short while later to gauge the situation outside. While Ankit's mother stated, "When he stepped outside the house, people from other community caught him and killed him by using bricks and knife."



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