Uttar Pradesh police have filed a case against four people, including a journalist from Kerala, under the anti-terrorism law. The four were arrested in Mathura on their way to Hathras. He is the operator of the journalist Carrd.co website, a journalist going to meet the family of the victim. Questions are being raised about the financing of the website. According to the information obtained, the financing of the website is not transparent. It was also used in inciting riots.
According to the FIR filed against the four by the UP police, the four were arrested on Monday night when they were on their way to Hatras to meet the victim’s family. The journalist is associated with the famous website card.com in Kerala. Allegedly, a link to this website is being said from the Popular Front of India (PFI). The Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh wants to ban the organization.
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According to the FIR, the arrested are Atiq-ur-Rehman, Siddiqui Kappan, Masud Ahmed and Alam. The financial account of the website they run is not transparent. This was done in the direction of inciting riots. Police said they received information that some suspects were on their way from Delhi. All four were stopped near the toll gate in Mathura.
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Police seized mobile phones, laptops and some literature recovered from him which could disrupt peace and law and order in the state. Police said that during interrogation, the accused confessed to having links with PFI and its affiliate Campus Front of India. According to the FIR, several newspapers were also found from the accused, with the caption ‘I am not an Indian girl’.
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