2013 Muzaffarnagar riots

2013 Muzaffarnagar riots News

Muzaffarnagar riots: 7 convicted of killing 2 cousins in Kawal

Five of the accused are in jail while two were granted bail by the Allahabad High Court last year.

Muzaffarnagar: Seven convcited for killing two youths that led to 2013 riots

Additional District and Sessions Judge Himashu Bhatnagar convicted Muzammil, Mujassim, Furkan, Nadeem, Janangir, Afzal and Ikbal for killing Gaurav and Sachin on August 27, 2013, and rioting.

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2013 Muzaffarnagar riots: UP govt directs officials to withdraw 18 cases

At least 60 people were killed and several were displaced during the violence that took place in 2013 in Muzaffarnagar and adjoining districts.

Muzaffarnagar riots case: Non-bailable warrants against Balyan, Sadhvi Prachi

Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Ankur Sharma issued the non-bailable warrants and asked the accused to be present in court on June 22.

Champa Chameli in Muzaffarnagar

The producer of the film had to go to the Supreme Court to find a release, after some fears of trouble. Here on a Wednesday afternoon, only the action scenes and an item number in the ‘love story set against the 2013 riots’ stirs the audience

Muzaffarnagar riots victim arrested for running illegal arms unit at his home: Police

The accused, identified as Mobeen, had migrated to Shamli after the Muzaffarnagar riots.

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Muzaffarnagar riots: Case against three persons transferred to sessions court

During the Muzaffarnagar riots, the house of Ikbal was allegedly burnt and his property damaged by the rioters at Lisadh village in the district in 2013.

Shamli simmers again as BJP leaders plan mahapanchayat

Local MP Hukum Singh, MLA Suresh Rana say police trying to help two Muslims arrested in murder of woman by framing two Hindu co-accused.

Muzaffarnagar to Murthal

Why riots, agitations are often accompanied by heightened levels of violence against women

1,475 arrests in Muzaffarnagar riots cases, only 37 in jail

The Special Investigation Cell (SIC), which investigated the riot cases, failed to present a strong case against the bail applications of about 1,400 accused, who walked out of jail.

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