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“We will vote for anyone but not for Modi and BJP; they have killed our family,” say Delhi pogrom survivors

While Delhi is going to the polls today in the second-to-last phase of the 18th Lok Sabha Elections, residents of North East Delhi are seeking change as the painful memories of what is called the deadliest anti-Muslim pogrom since 1950 remain stark.

Four years of Delhi Pogrom: Shabnam’s story of resilience | Women’s Day Special

Shabnam Nafisa Kalim saw the funeral procession of dozens of Muslims killed during the 2020 Delhi pogrom through the window of her house in Mustafabad. When the COVID-19 lockdown after less than a month of violence broke the community, Shabnam swung into action.
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Umar Khalid withdraws bail plea in Delhi pogrom case after 14 adjournments by Supreme Court since October 2022

Jailed rights activist Umar Khalid on Wednesday withdrew his bail application from the Supreme Court in connection with the 2020 Delhi pogrom case, citing “change in circumstance.”

Delhi pogrom: Court frames attempt to murder charges against Ishrat Jahan, Khalid Saifi & others

Charges of "rioting" and "attempt to murder" have been brought against former Congress Councillor Ishrat Jahan, human rights activist Khalid Saifi and 11 others by Delhi Court  in  "Delhi riots case.”
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Judge hearing Delhi pogrom UAPA case transferred

The Delhi pogrom conspiracy case, charged under the draconian UAPA, sees a shift as ASJ Amitabh Rawat, who presided over the case, is transferred to the Rouse Avenue court.

“Innocent beyond doubt”: 10 Muslims acquitted in NE Delhi pogrom case

The Karkardooma Court on Wednesday acquitted 10 Muslim men accused in the 2020 northeast Delhi pogrom case of alleged arson, trespass, and setting shops on fire, maintaining that the charges against them were not proven beyond a doubt.
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