BJP leader cleared of murder charges; victory procession leaves jail for 70 kilometres; case filed

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Vinay Varshney, a BJP politician, was declared innocent by a court on July 6 in relation to a murder case that occurred in 2020 during an anti-CAA-NRC demonstration in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. Vinay Varshney and his friends staged a magnificent procession from the Etah district jail to Aligarh on Thursday, one day after the court cleared him of all charges (July 7). At Police Station Lodha, the police have filed a case alleging that everyone involved violated Section 144.

In reality, Vinay Varshney’s fans organised a parade from the Etah district jail to Aligarh in his grand after he was declared not guilty in the murder case. Please be informed that Varshney was detained for the Aligarh CAA-NRC protest killing of Mohammad Tariq. Varshney was imprisoned ever since. In addition, late-night fireworks were sent off in the Delhi Gate area when Vinay was released from prison after 848 days and flowers were placed at various Aligarh junctions. There were backups due to the parade in various parts of the city. According to Kuldeep Singh, the city’s superintendent of police, section 144 is valid in the district. This situation is illegal for a mob to assemble. For which BJP leader Vinay Varshney and more than 150 of his unidentified supporters have been named in a case. In such a scenario, Vinay Varshney is once more involved in controversy after being cleared in the murder case.

Let us notify you that on July 6, the District Judge Dr. Babbu Sarang’s court exonerated Vinay Varshney and his two other co-accused, Surendra Kumar and his son Triloki, for their roles in the murder of Tariq in Babri Mandi, Aligarh, despite their hostility against important witnesses. had provided. In this instance, the prosecution actually fell short of establishing the accusation beyond a reasonable doubt. The defence attorney said that all five significant witnesses, including the case’s complainant, became hostile during the hearing. A ballistics test was conducted on Vinay’s licenced weapon, but the results did not match the rounds that Tariq had struck.