The Delhi Police are currently checking videos that raise questions regarding the authorities’ claim that firearms weren’t utilized during the violence which broke out on Sunday from the students of Jamia Millia Islamia contrary to the citizenship legislation throughout the protest.
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In reaction to a couple of promises of bullet injuries police officers stated it was possible that shards hit individuals.
The photo went viral in social media, where Delhi police found setting fire on Buses.
In one of those movies being researched a policeman is observed drawing a gun and opening fire out. As gunshots ring out, after shooting in the air, he’s seen running towards a bylane. At least four gunshots are heard from the movie.
The movie correlates with a different video shot at precisely the place, which reveals a protestor out of what seems like a gunshot injury falling.
The protestor, Ajaz, a pupil at Jamia University, was admitted to Delhi’s Safdarjung hospital to get a bullet injury. Before he drops, a police officer, presumably the exact same one by the very first video who had been shooting his weapons emerges from behind a bus.
“This video is also a part of a stunt and I wouldn’t like to express anything beyond this,” a senior-level officer responsible for the investigation told NDTV. The officer confessed that officers take weapons, such as Glock pistols or handguns when requested.
“There are tons of movies on social networking. We’re analyzing all these to identify miscreants too,” he added.
Authorities sources say the fire at self-defense had started.
“The authorities are also closely tracking several social networking manages in the federal capital to confirm the spread of incorrect information, which resulted in protests and violence,” a senior home ministry official said.
On Monday, the authorities had denied firearms. “We haven’t taken anyone and we don’t have rubber bullets,” Joint Commissioner of Police Devesh Srivastava had stated.
According to him, even in the event of yesterday’s violence in the Seelampur of northeast Delhi, the authorities got plenty of footage out of celebrities, they are currently analysing. “A range of miscreants involved in the violence have already been identified and action has been removed,” the officer added.
Thus far, eight people have been detained for their alleged participation in violence in Jaffarabad and Seelampur while protesting against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and also three First Information Reports have been registered, the authorities said.
“We’re tracking some social networking accounts to confirm the spread of information. Proper actions will be taken in case anybody is found breaking the laws,” a senior officer said.
Section 144 was imposed in certain localities at the district, although the scenario in Delhi stayed by and large peaceful