- NSA against Hayat Zafar Hashmi
- Gangster Act case registered against 4 people
- Hayat is the main conspirator of Kanpur violence
Uttar Pradesh: On Thursday, the police took strict action against the remarks of BJP’s suspended spokesperson Nupur Sharma in the case of nuisance on the streets of Kanpur on June 3. The police have taken action under the NSA against Hayat Zafar Hashmi, the national president of the MMS Fans Association, the main conspirator of the case. The National Security Act (NSA) has been imposed on Hayat Zafar Hashmi, the main conspirator of the Kanpur violence.
Gangster Act was also imposed
Kanpur Police on Thursday also imposed Gangster Act on jailed builder Haji Wasi Khan, Mukhtar alias Baba Biryani, Aqeel alias Khichdi and Shafiq. They are alleged to have played a key role in the violence on June 3. District Magistrate Vishak G Iyer said that NSA has been imposed against Hayat Zafar Hashmi, who was identified as the main conspirator of Kanpur violence. He said that notice regarding NSA would be served to Hayat Zafar Hashmi in Chitrakoot district jail, where he was transferred from Kanpur jail.
Proposal was sent to impose NSA
The District Magistrate said that Kanpur Police Commissioner Vijay Singh Meena had sent a proposal for imposing NSA against jailed Hayat Zafar Hashmi and he sent the proposal to the state government for approval. Police Commissioner Meena issued a statement to register a case under the Gangster Act against four people including jailed builder Haji Wasi Khan, Mukhtar alias Baba Biryani, Aqeel alias Khichdi and Shafiq.
what is the whole matter
Significantly, the violence in Kanpur took place after a bandh call on June 3 in protest against the alleged derogatory remarks of former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma about Prophet Mohammad. In the riots on June 3 at Nai Sadak and Dada Mian Ka Hata, 7 people were seriously injured while more than 25 were slightly injured, in this case 3 cases were registered by the police. The police have so far arrested 62 people in this case and sent them to jail, this matter is being investigated by the SIT. The SIT has claimed in its report that there was a deep conspiracy behind this nuisance, the opposition to the statement was just a sham.
Let us tell you that the then President Ram Nath Kovind, PM Modi, Governor Anandiben Patel and CM Yogi Adityanath were in Kanpur on the day the disturbance happened. All of them had reached Ramnath Kovind’s village to participate in a program organized in Kanpur countryside.
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