The court has given police one week remand of IIT graduate Ahmed Murtuja Abbasi after he was condemned to judicial detention for 14 days for stabbing two PAC constables with a sharp-edged weapon at the Gorakhnath temple, where Yogi Adityanath, the Uttar Pradesh chief minister, is the head priest.
A video of the attack at the temple gate in Gorakhpur went popular on social media on Sunday. The 20th Battalion of the PAC’s Gopal Gaud and Anil Paswan were at the main gate when Abbasi, holding a bag, got into a struggle with them. According to observers and troops, he suddenly pulled a sharp weapon wrapped in a cloth from his luggage and assaulted and injured the jawans. Abbasi is seen avoiding security personnel wielding the firearm in the video. Abbasi’s family claims that he is mentally ill.
According to the state’s home department, the attack can be classified as a “terror” incident based on the facts available.
Sources told CNN-News18 that certain videos of controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik were discovered on the accused’s mobile and laptop data. Indian officials are looking for Naik, who fled the country in 2016, on charges of terror funding, hate speech, inciting communal hatred, and money laundering.
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