liveskore-kom,"The process of using terrorism as a weapon to destroy the lives of Muslim youth continues. Our legal struggle will continue till the honourable release of innocent Muslims," said Maulana Arshad Madani.
According to reports, the family of one of the terror-accused wrote to Jamiat Ulema e Hind and sought legal aid, after which Gulzar Azmi, the president of the Legal aid Committee of the organisation decided to provide assistance to the duo. According to a report in Amar Ujala, advocate Furkan Khan has been appointed to represent the duo in court and seek documents such as a copy of the FIR, remand report and other such material.,different-basketball-tactics
Earlier this week, the Uttar Pradesh ATS arrested two terrorists hiding in a house in Kakori's Dubagga area and seized a detonator, six-seven kgs of explosives and two pressure-cooker bombs. According to the police, the two suspects were in touch with their handlers in Pakistan. A primary investigation revealed that the two were planning to target a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP and several other senior party members in Lucknow.,cycling-yupoo
nantes-psg-handball-live,The development comes as UP police have intensified their operation against extremist elements in the state ahead of the Assembly polls slated to be held next year. Last month, the UP police busted a conversion racket allegedly supported by Pakistan's Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI). Speaking at an event, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also took note of the actions and urged that the society should 'boycott' elements that have been threatening national security.