Has Ankit Sharma not been killed due to this, government should tell: Subramanian Swamy


Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy has given a new twist to his murder case by making a statement about Ankit Sharma. Swamy has asked the government whether Ankit Sharma was killed at the behest of former Aam Aadmi Party councilor Tahir Hussain because he was looking for Tahir links with Bangladeshi terrorists. If this is the case then it is a very serious matter, the government should make it clear.

Swamy said in one of his tweets, ‘The government needs to tell whether Intelligence Bureau officer Ankit Sharma was looking for Tahir’s links with Bangladeshi terrorists and hence he was killed at Tahir’s behest. , The government should make it clear. If Ankit is killed to monitor Tahir relations with Bangladeshi terrorists, it is a very serious matter.
The body of Ankit found from the drain, tell that the body of IB officer Ankit Sharma was found on February 26 from a drain in Chand Bagh. Ankit Sharma father Rajinder Kumar alleges that Tahir Hussain is behind the murder of his son. Ankit father has said in his complaint to the police that on February 25, Ankit went out to buy some goods from the house but he did not return home. Locals told him that after killing Ankit, his body was dumped in the drain of Chand Bagh.

Tahir has told himself innocent
Tahir Hussain has declared himself innocent in the Ankit murder case. Speaking to the media on Thursday, Tahir said, ‘I do not know Ankit personally. I am sorry for his death. Ankit family may accuse me but I am innocent. Local reports have been quoted in the media as saying that the mob that was raging outside took Ankit and some other boys. Whereas BJP leader Kapil Mishra has directly blamed Tahir for Ankit murder. Kapil claims that the people of Tahir along with other boys also took Ankit and killed him brutally.

North East Delhi areas In North East Delhi, a clash between CAA supporters and opponents on Sunday took the form of violence and disturbance on Monday. On Monday and then on Tuesday, miscreants caused severe havoc in North East Delhi Jaffarabad, Maujpur, Babarpur, Kabir Nagar, Kardampur, Seelampur, Chand Bagh and Yamuna Vihar. In these places rioters set shops, houses and vehicles on fire. At least 43 people have died in the Delhi violence so far and the injured are undergoing treatment in the hospital.

NSA visited violence-hit areas

Last Wednesday, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval visited violence-hit areas in Maujpur. Doval met people and talked to them. The NSA said that people need not fear. By finding Doval among them, the people became confident and after this, the situation in the violence-hit areas became increasingly normal. When the conditions are normal, the Delhi Police is now emphasizing on maintaining law and order. On Friday, crowds of people and vehicles appeared on the streets in markets in the violence-hit areas.

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