Raza’s arrest comes four months after the rally supported by Raza Foundation to protest the violence against Muslims in Myanmar went awry. “Raza in his application had taken permission for 1,500 to 2,000 people, but the actual number was far greater, which is a violation,” said a police officer from the CB.
The CB has held the rally organisers responsible for damages totalling Rs 2.74 crore that the protesters left in their wake. Raza’s arrest comes almost a month after the CB filed a 3,500-page charge sheet in the case.
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