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Nearly 2,000 People Were Brought in for Riots, Says Delhi Minorities Panel Chief | The Wire

Nearly 2,000 People Were Brought in for Riots, Says Delhi Minorities Panel Chief | The Wire

“Most ‘outsiders’ stayed in schools for up to 24 hours before launching attacks, Zafarul Islam Khan said.”

New Delhi: Nearly 1,500 to 2,000 outsiders were brought to north-east Delhi and lodged there for nearly 24 hours under a planned conspiracy to unleash violence, Delhi Commission for Minorities chairman Zafarul Islam Khan, alleged on Tuesday, following a visit to the affected areas.

He said most of these people stayed in schools before attacking the neighbourhoods.

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