A mobile video recording of the incident went viral. At around 8pm, a neighbour told his family that he had seen Faizan in a hospital. His family alleged that despite his ¡njury, police kept him in custody and didn't allow them to meet him.
On Feb 25 around 11pm, the family received a call from the police asking them to take him home in a condition that he couldn't even stand. The whole night at home, he cried with pain. Next morning, the family took him to a hospital where he took his last breath.
On Feb 24, Furqan's family, which lived in Kardampuri, received a call saying he had been h¡t by a bull€t. His brother Imran told that by the time he reached the hospital, he had already di€d. Furqan is survived by his wife and two young children aged five and two.
The oldest v¡ctim of Delhi v¡olence, Akberi d¡ed on February 26 after her house in Gamri village was set on fire, her son Mohammad Saeed Salmani told Al Jazeera. Salmani operated a garments workshop on the first two floors of his house.
Ashfaq, who ran an electrical shop in Chand Bagh, was killed in closeby Brijpuri at around 6pm on February 24. He had five bull€t ¡njuries on his body, his family told Al Jazeera. Ashfaq got married only 10 days earlier on February 14.
𝟏) 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐌𝐚𝐬𝐣𝐢𝐝, 𝐀𝐬𝐡𝐨𝐤 𝐍𝐚𝐠ar
🔸𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐢𝐧𝐜𝐢𝐝𝐞𝐧𝐭 :
25th Feb: around 2 pm, an aggressive m0b of 10-12 young boys came, but people of that locality drove them away.
They returned at 3 pm with a larger m0b consisting around 100-150 people.
There was a construction going on outside the masjid, so a lot of stones were collected & p€lted by the mob. They piled up A.C's, coolers, mic systems, books etc. in the middle of the mosque & set them ablaz€, by using petrol b0mbs. The damage caused was around Rs.5 lakhs