The Prayagraj Improvement Authority (PDA) on Sunday demolished the home of Javed Ahmad, alias Pump, the alleged mastermind of Friday’s violence right here, amid a heavy police deployment.
A day earlier, the properties of two individuals accused of rioting have been demolished in Saharanpur the place stone-pelting had taken place as effectively.
Superintendent of Police, Metropolis (Saharanpur), Rajesh Kumar had stated two accused who created ruckus have been recognized by CCTV footage as Muzammil, a resident of Rahat Colony, 62 Futa Street, and Abdul Vakir, a resident of Khata Khedi. Municipal company groups bulldozed their unlawful properties, he stated.
In Prayagraj, a senior PDA official stated, “Javed Ahmad’s home — JK Ashiyana — is positioned within the Kareli space of Prayagraj. Police power and a JCB machine reached the Kareli police station round 10.30 am and demolition commenced round 1 pm.”
“The home was constructed with out getting its map handed by the PDA. For this, he was issued a discover on Might 10 and was instructed to current his standpoint on Might 24. On the stated date, neither Javed nor his lawyer turned up. No doc was introduced on this regard, and therefore on Might 25, demolition orders have been issued,” the PDA official stated.
Prayagraj Improvement Authority (PDA) had earlier put a demolition discover at his residence, asking him to vacate the home by 11am right this moment as it’s “illegally constructed”. pic.twitter.com/sk0KCEVVdm
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Senior Superintendent of Police of Prayagraj Ajay Kumar had on Saturday stated alleged mastermind of stone-pelting Javed Ahmad had been arrested.
In a tweet in Hindi on Saturday, Mrityunjay Kumar, the media adviser to the chief minister, had stated, “Unruly parts keep in mind, each Friday is adopted by a Saturday” and posted a photograph of a bulldozer demolishing a constructing.
On Friday, individuals pelted stones at police personnel in Prayagraj and Saharanpur throughout protests after Friday prayers in mosques.
At the least 4 different cities witnessed related scenes throughout the marches that have been carried out to protest the controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad made by now-suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma.
In Prayagraj, the mob set on hearth a number of bikes and carts, and likewise tried to set ablaze a police car. Police used tear fuel and lathis to disperse the protesters and restore peace.
A policeman was injured, in response to officers.
Sharma was suspended by the BJP as a number of Islamic nations denounced her feedback on the Prophet throughout a TV debate.
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