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Prayagraj violence: Accused’s spouse strikes HC, calls for compensation and motion towards officers

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Prayagraj violence: Accused's wife moves HC, demands compensation and action against officials

Express News Service

LUCKNOW: Wife of Javed Mohammad, prime accused of Prayagraj violence of June 10, has approached Allahabad High Court submitting a petition to problem the act of demolition of her home by the officers of Prayagaraj Development Authority (PDA) on June 12.

Parveen Fatima, who owned the property demolished by PDA, accused the officers of appearing as per their whims and fancies whereas raging her home. She urged the courtroom for pressing listening to regardless of the continued holidays.

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In her plea, Parveen Fatima claimed that regardless of the property being in her identify because it was gifted to her by her father, the PDA officers caught a discover addressed to her husband Javed Mohammad on the home simply 12 hours earlier than its demolition.

It could also be recalled that the home of Javed Mohammad was demolished by the PDA after the communal violence in Prayagraj after Friday prayers on June 10 by which his function had allegedly come to mild.

However, the PDA claimed that the home price crores was demolished because it was constructed illegally with out getting the map cleared by it. During the demolition, Javed Mohammad was in police custody in
reference to the violent protests in Sangam City towards the assertion of Nupur Sharma over Prophet Mohmmad.

In the petition, Parveen Fatima has demanded compensation for the property demolished and has additionally sought motion towards the officers concerned within the act of demolition. She has additionally demanded the courtroom to direct the state authorities to offer her authorities lodging until her home is re-built.