Delhi violence: Special cell interrogated Umar Khalid, captured phone

Now the problems of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) alumnus Omar Khalid have increased in Delhi violence case. In the Delhi violence case, Omar Khalid was questioned by the Special Cell of Delhi Police for about three hours. The Special Cell of Delhi Police has also asked questions regarding the speech given by Omar Khalid before Donald Trump’s visit to India.

Special cell has taken Omar Khalid’s mobile phone in his possession. According to the information, the Special Cell investigating the Delhi violence case questioned Umar Khalid on Friday. In the interrogation that lasted for almost three hours, the Special Cell asked JNU alumnus Umar Khalid many questions regarding the violence.

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The Special Cell also asked Umar Khalid about his speech given before US President Donald Trump’s visit to India. Umar Khalid has given information to the special cell in the inquiry, no information has been found in this regard. Significantly, the police has already arrested many people associated with Omar Khalid in the Delhi violence case.

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It is said that Omar Khalid is also a founding member of an organization named United Against Hate. According to the special cell, the role of people associated with this organization has also come to light in Delhi violence. Many people associated with this organization have also been arrested in Delhi riots. Special Cell is also investigating the conspiracy and funding of Delhi violence by registering a case under UAPA.

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