Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Muslim perpetrator arrested for desecrating Amar Jawan memorial in Mumbai.

Muslim perpetrator named Abdul Quadir Mohammed Younus Ansari who desecrated Amar Jawan memorial in Mumbai arrested from Bihar.
Younus Ansari ?!
Mumbai & Sitamarhi | 29th August, 2012 :: One of the two alleged rioters, who had vandalised the iconic Amar Jawan memorial during the August 11 (2012) violence here, was today arrested, taking the total number of arrests in the case to 54, police said today to the media.

"Abdul Quadir Mohammed Younus Ansari (19), an unemployed youth, was picked up from Sitamarhi in Bihar yesterday. Ansari, who had damaged the Amar Jawan Jyoti memorial, was preparing to flee to Nepal by crossing the border when he was apprehended," said Joint Police Commissioner (crime) Himanshu Roy.

"Ansari was brought here today and placed under arrest, following which he was produced before a local court which remanded him in police custody till September 4," Roy added.

Ansari, who hails from Bihar, had fled to this state in a train after his photograph was published in the news paper, to evade arrest, police said.

So far police have arrested 54 alleged rioters for the Azad Maidan mayhem, in which two persons were killed and over 50 were injured, including 44 policemen, when a rally called to protest the alleged atrocities on Muslims in Assam and Myanmar turned violent.
Incidentally, a metropolitan court yesterday discharged three of the accused arrested in connection with the violence after the crime branch moved an application saying that the investigation showed they were not the part of the mob.
Nazir Noor Mohammed ?! 
Another accused Nazir Noor Mohammed (35), who had sustained a bullet injury while clashing with policemen on the day of the violence, was nabbed after being discharged from the government-run J J hospital, police said.

Images of the two alleged rioters, including Ansari, were published in a tabloid while they were desecrating the memorial. In the images, a furious Ansari was seen smashing the memorial with a bamboo.

On the other hand, court discharged Anees Davare, Aslam Sheikh and Abbas Ujjainwala after the crime branch moved an application under Section 169 (release of accused when evidence is deficient) of the Criminal Procedure Code.
On August 11, the protesters went on a rampage, attacking police, molesting women constables, torching media and police vans, smashing cameras of photo journalists, damaging vehicles and putting a hell of communal hatred allover.
Source & Courtesy: PTI.

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