Muzaffarnagar Riots Case: Four Accused Acquitted Over Lack Of Evidence  


Muzaffarnagar: A local court in Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar acquitted five persons, accused in a case related to the Muzaffarnagar riots due to lack of evidence.

The accused has been identified as the accused “Yogendra, Nitin Guddu and Vishal.

According to the FIR, the accused allegedly attacked the victims Naeem and his two brothers, Nadeem and Shaukat.

Naeem also alleged that the attackers were equipped with firearms and sharp-edged weapons and they assaulted him and his family. He also added that they ransacked their house.

Defence lawyer Sohrab Singh said: “The complainant and his two brothers, who were witnesses in the case, became hostile. Therefore, judge Babu Ram’s court (additional district and sessions judge court-6) has acquitted the accused.”

In October last year, a local court had let off 20 men due to lack of evidence. They were accused of murdering a man and setting his house on fire after robbing it.

In December, five men were exonerated for similar reasons.

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