The FSL team gathered evidence of violence at the Red Fort during the tractor rally held on 26 January. Footprints, fingerprints, blood samples and evidence of sabotage have been collected. Based on these, the accused will be searched.
The FSL team has gathered extremely important clues from the Red Fort. These include fingerprints, evidence of sabotage, footprints and blood samples, all of them have been submitted by FSL. Through these evidences, those people who were involved in the Red Fort violence on 26 January will be identified. Delhi Police will now start a search for the accused based on these evidences. Whatever FSL has submitted here, they can prove to be very important evidence against the accused in the court.
Significantly, during the ‘tractor parade’ of farmers’ organizations on January 26, thousands of protesters broke away from the prescribed route and clashed with the police. Many protesters entered the Red Fort. The crime branch of Delhi Police is investigating the matter and several teams have been formed to identify the culprits.
Police have described the incident of vandalism in the Red Fort complex as ‘anti-national activity’. In this regard, an official said, “A team of forensic experts visited the Red Fort and it is collecting evidence.” Tractor parade of farmers’ organizations in support of their demand for repeal of new agricultural laws of the Center During the protest, there was a clash with the police of the protesting farmers.
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