Thursday, June 24, 2021
Home News Reports 'We'll have to spill the blood of these kaafirs', eyewitness' testimony shows Delhi riots...

‘We’ll have to spill the blood of these kaafirs’, eyewitness’ testimony shows Delhi riots were well-orchestrated: Reports

The eyewitness confirms to the magistrate that Yogendra Yadav, filmmaker Rahul Roy and Saba Dewan were a part of the meeting and in addition to that Umar Khalid was part of the Whatsapp group, which he was administrating along with Safoora Zargar and several others.

A sensational testimony of an eyewitness to the February 2020 anti-Hindu Delhi riots proves beyond doubts that the violence were well orchestrated and was not a spontaneous action.

The testimony accessed by Times Now confirmed that an eyewitness has said before the magistrate that the violence was planned in the meetings held before the riots took place in the national capital. The eyewitness confessed that “Sadko par utrenge”, “Khoon bahayenge” calls were made and the Muslim mob was brainwashed into taking to the streets.

The eyewitness, who had attended the meeting which was conducted to plan the riots, said that in the meetings it was discussed that only protesting would not help. They would have to hit the streets and cause bloodshed to achieve the “cause”- that is to stir up communal violence.  

The extremists who conducted these meetings told the attendees, “Yahan bethe rehne se kuch nahi hoga, sadko par utarna hoga” (sitting here will not help, we will have to hit the streets), furthering that they would also need to gather weapons.

The eyewitness said that the violence was systematically planned beforehand, in these meetings. It was discussed that though they would speak about “bhaichara” (brotherhood), tolerance and violence against Muslim, their main aim would be to do “chakka jam” (block traffic) as a means to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The eyewitness confessed how they were brainwashed into perpetuating the violence.

The eyewitness confirmed that it was discussed in the meetings that even if they were required to shed blood to coerce the government into taking back the law (speaking about revoking the Citizenship Amendment Act), they should not hesitate. It was discussed that it was pertinent that the blame of the violence was pinned on others. They contended how they should exert pressure on the Delhi’s CM to put the onus of the violence on to the Delhi police instead on them.

The conspirators discussed that they would have to shed blood of at least 2 to 4 cops. “We’ll have to spill the blood of these kaafirs“. When the magistrate reportedly asked the eyewitness as to who were these Kaafirs, he said that all the non-Muslims were Kaafirs.

The eyewitness confirms to the magistrate that Yogendra Yadav, filmmaker Rahul Roy and Saba Dewan were a part of the meeting and in addition to that the former Jawaharlal Nehru University student-Umar Khalid was part of the Whatsapp group called ‘Delhi Protests Support Group’, which he was administrating along with Safoora Zargar and several others.

The Delhi police also mentioned in its charge sheet that former JNU students Umar Khalid and Sharjeel Imam used social media to radicalise youth and mobilise them for the ‘chakka jam’ as a means to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

Notably, the charge-sheet had stated that the conspiracy to cause communal riots was hatched by Umar Khalid and his friends during the visit of United States President Donald Trump to India. 

On September 14, Delhi police have summoned documentary filmmakers Rahul Roy and Saba Dewan for questioning in connection with the North-East Delhi riots, a day after they arrested former Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student Umar Khalid on charges of conspiracy in the case.

OpIndia’s extensively documents events that led to the anti-Hindu riots

OpIndia in its extensive report on the anti-Hindu Delhi riots concluded how the communal violence in the national capital was the manifestation of deep-seated bigotry that festers in the hearts of the anti-CAA protesters. Our report documented the anti-CAA protests and other significant developments related to the matter from the month of December when violence first broke out not only in Delhi but across the country. We reported the manner in which politicians, non-governmental organisations and ‘civil society’ joined hands with the extremist elements within the Muslim community to wreak havoc across the country.

Delhi Court admits charge-sheets filed by the Delhi Police against accused in the Delhi riots

Meanwhile, on September 19, a Delhi Court has admitted the charge-sheets filed by the Delhi Police against the 15 accused in the Delhi riots. In its charge-sheet, the Delhi police had alleged that the anti-Hindu Delhi riots that took place in February were the result of a pre-planned conspiracy.

  Support Us  

Whether NDTV or 'The Wire', they never have to worry about funds. In name of saving democracy, they get money from various sources. We need your support to fight them. Please contribute whatever you can afford

OpIndia Staffhttps://www.opindia.com
Staff reporter at OpIndia

Related Articles

Trending now

From cover up to conspiracy to murder: Some unanswered questions about Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee’s death in Kashmir

Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee had died mysteriously days after he was arrested in Jammu and Kashmir for entering the state without permission

Former IFS officer Lakshmi M Puri sends legal notice to Congress supporter Saket Gokhale for misleading allegations against her

Alleged activist and Congress mouthpiece Saket Gokhale made baseless allegations against Lakshmi M Puri, wife of Hardeep Singh Puri

Ever Given: Ship that blocked Suez Canal has since been held by Canal authorities, they wanted 916 million dollars

After demanding 916 USD initially, the canal authorities had later lowered the demand amount to 550 million. A final settlement is expected to be reached soon.

Trinamool MP Mimi Chakraborty duped by fake IAS officer’s fake vaccination drive, one arrested

Mimi Chakraborty was reportedly duped by a man who claimed to be an IAS officer and requested the TMC MP to be chief guest at a COVID-19 vaccination drive organised by him.

Telangana: Woman working at Christian priest’s home dies in police custody, officer suspended

Mariyamma, who used to work as a domestic help at local priest Father Balaswamy's house in Govindapuram village, breathed her last on June 18 after cops allegedly assaulted her.

Kanpur: Hindu families put “for sale” signs outside their houses after being forced to convert to Islam, SP MLA accused of shielding the goons

10 Hindu families in Rail Patri colony in Kanpur live under constant fear as they have been threatened either to covert to Islam or leave the area.

Recently Popular

‘Is your father a mali or chowkidar? I will cancel your license, H*r*m*zade’: Maneka Gandhi threatens vets in viral audios

The Indian Veterinary Association in a letter have condemned the unruly behavior and unparliamentary language used by Maneka Gandhi against animal doctors.

Ravish Kumar appears massively frustrated as India administers 85 lakh COVID vaccines in single day, this is why he does not make sense

Ravish Kumar goes on a ranting spree to hate on PM Modi by camouflaging propaganda as 'criticism' over COVID-19 vaccination

How Venkatesh Prasad is winning hearts with his ‘Sanghi’ posts, one tweet at a time

Venkatesh Prasad demonstrated the Surya Namaskar for his followers, performed in deference to the Sun God.

After being slammed by Bombay HC for lack of evidence, Mumbai police names Arnab Goswami as an accused in second TRP chargesheet

Republic TV had submitted before Bombay HC that Mumbai Police have deliberately not named Arnab Goswami in charge sheet to keep the investigation open

Oxfam says reporting rape cases harms black and marginalised people, blames ‘privileged white women’ for root causes of sexual violence

Oxfam says that fighting against sexual assault legitimises criminal punishment, which harms black and other marginalised people
- Advertisement -

 

Connect with us

255,564FansLike
555,569FollowersFollow
24,400SubscribersSubscribe