East Delhi Riot Case: Ed Handed Over Copies Of Charge Sheet To Former Councilor Tahir Hussain


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Tahir Hussain, an accused in the East Delhi riots case, has been provided with a copy of the chargesheet filed in the money laundering case. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has given this information to the court. Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat has now fixed the matter for hearing on 5 January. The ED has named Tahir Hussain and Amit Gupta as accused in the case. The ED filed the charge sheet on 16 October.

The ED has named Tahir Hussain and Amit Gupta accused under Section 3 of the law relating to money laundering. The charge sheet accused Tahir of arranging funds in the rioting in north-east Delhi.

The ED argued that arms purchases were made for the riots with about Rs 1.25 billion. According to the ED, Tahir Hussain and his associates raised one crore ten million rupees. The money collected for the riots was used in fake sit-in demonstrations in protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act through a fake company.

According to the charge sheet, the riots were prepared in January and this amount was used to purchase weapons such as petrol, acid, pistols, bullets, swords and knives for the riots. The charge sheet states that in this case Tahir Hussain was supported by a person named Amit Gupta, in whose name a fake company was opened. In February, 53 people lost their lives in the rioting, while more than two hundred people were seriously injured.

Tahir Hussain, an accused in the East Delhi riots case, has been provided with a copy of the chargesheet filed in the money laundering case. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has given this information to the court. Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat has now fixed the matter for hearing on 5 January. The ED has named Tahir Hussain and Amit Gupta as accused in the case. The ED filed the charge sheet on 16 October.

The ED has named Tahir Hussain and Amit Gupta accused under Section 3 of the law relating to money laundering. The charge sheet accused Tahir of arranging funds in the rioting in north-east Delhi.

The ED argued that arms purchases were made for the riots with about Rs 1.25 billion. According to the ED, Tahir Hussain and his associates raised one crore ten million rupees. The money collected for the riots was used in fake sit-in demonstrations in protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act through a fake company. According to the charge sheet, the riots were prepared in January and this amount was used to purchase weapons such as petrol, acid, pistols, bullets, swords and knives for the riots. The charge sheet states that in this case Tahir Hussain was supported by a person named Amit Gupta, in whose name a fake company was opened. In February, 53 people lost their lives in the rioting, while more than two hundred people were seriously injured.


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