NSA Act Slapped On 5 Charged People In Jahangirpuri Savagery Case
The Delhi Police on April 16 imposed the stringent National Security Act (NSA) on five people arrested in connection with the Jahangirpuri violence and arrested two more people, including a man, for allegedly supplying pistols to an accused.
Police said those who have been booked under the NSA include Ansar, the alleged 'main conspirator' of the violence, and Sonu Chikna, who set ablaze a video during the violence on Saturday. According to the police, the other three have been identified as Salim, Dilshad, and Ahir.
A PTI report said that the alleged "main conspirators" behind the violence were Ansar and Sonu, who was seen firing in a video from among those booked under the NSA. The police reportedly said that the other three are Salim, Dilshad, and Ahir, who are facing charges under the NSA for their alleged involvement in the violence.
In the interim, a weighty police organization goes on in the Jahangirpuri region to keep up with peace and lawfulness in the city. An encroachment drive will reportedly be launched on illegal constructions in the area today and on 21st as MCD has called 400 personnel of Delhi Police to handle law and order during this period.
On Tuesday, the police said that a man named "Gulli" has been captured for supposedly providing a gun to a blamed for the Jahangirpuri savagery. Other than Gulli, Dilshad has additionally been captured for the situation. They are the two inhabitants of Jahangirpuri.
Earlier in the day, Delhi Police submitted a preliminary report on the violence to the Ministry of Home Affairs. Special commissioner (law and order) Deepender Pathak said the force was probing a "larger conspiracy" that led to the violence.
Last Saturday, mutual conflicts occurred during a Hanuman Jayanti parade in Jahangirpuri that left nine individuals harmed after which the Delhi Police recorded two separate First Information Reports (FIRs).
The home service said that it was checking what is going on and extra powers would be conveyed in upset regions till predictability returned. The report gave subtleties on the police reaction time, FIR enrolled, suspects captured and weapons seized.