AAP Councilor Tahir Hussain's stone and petrol bomb found from the roof, see VIDEO

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) councilor Tahir Hussain is facing allegations that he has a hand in instigating the violence over Delhi Violence. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) councilor Tahir Hussain is facing allegations that he has a hand in instigating the violence over Delhi Violence. Family of Intelligence Bureau employee Ankit Sharma, who was killed in the violence, has allegedly accused Tahir Hussain of killing him. Tahir is also being accused. That on 25 February, miscreants threw stones at people from their Chandbagh house and threw petrol bombs. Tahir continued to deny this, but now a video has surfaced, in which a lot of stones and petrol bombs have been found on the roof of his house.

Justice Muralidhar transferred for hearing of Delhi violence.

On the roof of Tahir Hussain's house, stones filled in sacks and petrol bombs kept in carats have been found. Tahir is currently not at home. Videos of stone throwing and petrol bombs thrown from the roof of Tahir's house had also surfaced earlier but Tahir denied them. He said that he was not at his house at the time of the incident. BJP leaders are plotting to defame him. Significantly, on February 24 and 25, more than 30 people have died in the violence in Delhi. More than 200 people are injured. Most of the injured are admitted to GTB Hospital in Delhi. The hospital administration said that the condition of 10 of them is very serious. 18 cases have been registered in different police stations for violence. 106 miscreants have been arrested. Violence has stopped in sensitive areas for the time being, but tension still persists. The stories of the victims of Delhi violence are testimony to the end of humanity.

Justice Muralidhar transferred for hearing of Delhi violence.

Delhi High Court on this matter

Let us tell you that the Delhi High Court had heard on Wednesday in the Delhi violence case. During this, Justice S. Muralidhar reprimanded the Delhi Police for not registering an FIR against the leaders giving 'hate speech'. Today (Thursday) is also to be heard in this case, but today's hearing Justice S. Muralidhar will not do because he has been transferred to Punjab-Haryana High Court last night. The Collegium had recommended his transfer a week earlier, which was approved by the government on Wednesday night itself.

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