News Desk, Tech for FTCP, New Delhi
Updated Sun, 13 Sep 2020 11:05 AM IST
Yogendra Yadav, Sitaram Yechury, Jayati Ghosh
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Delhi Police has clarified on Sunday about the supplementary charge sheet filed in the Delhi riots case. Delhi Police said, it is clarified that Sitaram Yechury, Yogendra Yadav and Jayati Ghosh have not been made accused in the supplementary charge sheet filed by us (of Delhi violence case). Delhi Police said, a person is not made an accused only on the basis of the disclosure statement. Further legal action is taken only on the basis of sufficient corroborative evidence. The matter is currently under consideration.
It is clarified that Shri Sitaram Yechury, Shri Yogendra Yadav and Smt Jayati Ghosh have not been arraigned as accused in the supplementary chargesheet filed by Delhi Police.
– #DilKiPolice Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) September 13, 2020
It is known that on Saturday, the police had filed a supplementary charge sheet in the Delhi riot case CPI (M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury, Swaraj Abhiyan leader Yogendra Yadav, economist Jayati Ghosh, DU professor and social worker Apoorvanand and documentary maker Rahul Roy is described as a co-conspirator of the riots.
It was told that the police have accused them of asking the protesters to go to any length, provoking people by calling the CAA-NRC anti-community and organizing a sit-in demonstration to tarnish the image of the government.
Yechury also hit back at the government over the news of the name of Delhi riots. He attacked the Modi government that this is the real face of Modi and BJP.
Yechury had tweeted that 'Delhi Police works under BJP's Central Government and Home Ministry. His illegal and illegal acts reflect the character of the BJP's top political leadership. They are afraid of opposition questions and peaceful demonstrations and want to stop us by misusing power.
It is known that this supplementary charge sheet has been filed in connection with the riots in North East Delhi between 23 and 26 February. In these riots 53 people were killed while 581 people were injured. Of these, 97 people were injured by bullet injuries.