Tahir Hussain’s links with radical Islamic organisation Popular Front Of India is also under scanner
New Delhi, March 11: Enforcement Directorate (ED) has registered a case against suspended Aam Aadmi Party councilor and brain behind the N-E Delhi riot Tahir Hussain under Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
Apart from this, the talk of Tahir Hussain’s connection with the Popular Front of India (PFI) is also coming out and the investigation has been intensified.
The ED on Wednesday registered a case against the expelled Aam Aadmi Party councilor Tahir Hussain under the PMLA. Tahir is also accused of being involved in several cases of Delhi violence, including the murder of constable Ankit Sharma posted in the Intelligence Bureau (IB).
In the recent violence in North East Delhi, Delhi Police has registered a total of four cases against Tahir, including one of the murder of IB constable Ankit Sharma. Along with this, Tahir’s alleged links with the radical organization PFI are also being investigated.
It is noteworthy that Tahir’s brother Shah Alam was also detained by Delhi Police on Monday. Shah Alam’s involvement in the investigation of Ankit Sharma’s murder has also come to light.
While on Sunday, father-son Riyasat Ali and Liaqat, who assisted Tahir Hussain, were produced by the police in Karkardooma Court. Riyasat Ali was sent on a three-day police remand and his father Liaquat has been sent to judicial custody for 14 days.