In some districts such as Prayagraj, the administration also issued notices to them. These notices are being pasted outside their houses warning local residents not to go inside the house and avoid interacting with them for 14 days.
SHO of City Kotwali police station Sanjay Kumar Shukla said the officials from his department went to the hotel on Monday after the department’s Local Intelligence Unit received information about the stay of the Iranian youths at the hotel.
The administration got a list of “foreign returns” from Airports Authority of India through the UP health department. A team of medical officers are regularly visiting the house of these persons to check their health conditions.
Sambhal’s Additional District Magistrate (ADM) has directed 58 people to pay Rs 19.31 lakh in 15 days, while Gorakhpur city ADM held eight persons responsible, and directed them to deposit Rs 90,000 in a week.
On February 2, while holding 53 persons responsible for damages, Additional District Magistrate, Muzaffarnagar, Amit Singh had directed tehsildar Sadar to recover Rs 23.41 lakh from them for damaged occurred during violence took place at Madani crossing
Violence first broke out in Lucknow on December 19 in which one person died and several got injured. In the next two days, violence spread to other districts of the state. In all, 23 persons died which includes one death each in Lucknow, Varanasi, Rampur, Muzaffarnagar, two each in Sambhal and Bijnor, three in Kanpur, five in Meerut and seven in Firozabad.
According to the SIT, they have found that 65-year-old Raghvendra Kushawaha, the nephew of the then local Congress MLA Shivnath Singh Kushwaha, had allegedly led and instigated mobs after the riots broke out in the city in the aftermath of the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.