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Ankit Sharma killing: Tahir Hussain’s goons were firing guns, throwing petrol bombs, alleges father in FIR

IB staffer's killing: In the complaint, Ankit 's father said that the AAP councilor had assembled goons at his residence, who were firing guns and throwing petrol bombs from the rooftop.

Written by Jignasa Sinha | New Delhi |
Updated: February 28, 2020 12:08:55 pm
IB staffer's killing: AAP's Tahir Hussain booked on complaint of Ankit Sharma's father The FIR has leveled charges of murder, destruction of evidence and abduction against Tahir Hussain.

Ravinder Sharma, the father of IB staffer Ankit Sharma, who was killed during the riots in Khajuri Khas, in his complaint to the police, alleged that AAP councillor Tahir Hussain had assembled goons at his residence who were firing guns and throwing petrol bombs from the rooftop. Ankit’s body was found dumped in a drain in Jafarabad Wednesday.

A day later, the Delhi Police filed an FIR against Hussain on charges of murder, destruction of evidence and abduction on the basis of Ravinder Sharma’s complaint.

IB staffer’s killing: AAP councillor Tahir Hussain booked, CM Kejriwal says take strict action Petrol sachets at Tahir Hussain’s residence. (Express photo: Amit Mehra)

“On Tuesday, Ankit came back home but left around 5 pm to buy groceries. When he did not return, we started looking for him at different police stations and hospitals. We couldn’t find him and filed a missing report. Later, a neighbour told me that he saw Ankit with a friend. We went to his place and asked about Ankit. He told us that there were rumours that a man was beaten to death near Chand Bagh bridge and his body was dumped in a drain,” Ankit’s father said.

The police was informed and the local divers were deployed to find the body. The divers pulled out a body that was identified by Ankit’s family. His father said that there were multiple stab wounds on his son’s face, head, back and chest.

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