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4 accused in Muzaffarnagar riots case acquitted for lack of evidence – Muzaffarnagar News

On September 28, 2013, the victims, Naeem and his two brothers, Nadeem and Shaukat, residents of Phugana village, had filed a case at Phugana police station alleging that the accused “Yogendra, Nitin Guddu and Vishal, along with dozens of other people” had attacked their home on September 8.

Naeem acknowledged in his criticism that the attackers had been outfitted with firearms and sharp-edged weapons, and that they assaulted him and his household.

He additionally mentioned that they “ransacked our house and looted more than Rs 3 lakh, which they set on fire”.

Defence lawyer Sohrab Singh mentioned: “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.”

This is just not the primary time {that a} courtroom has launched these accused of violence in the riots.

In October final 12 months, a neighborhood courtroom had let off 20 males as a result of lack of evidence. They had been accused of murdering a person and setting his home on fireplace after robbing it.

In December, 5 males had been exonerated for related causes.

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