Police chargesheet names owner of hospital that treated Delhi violence victims

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Hospital owner who had during the Northeast Delhi riots provided emergency treatment to victims, has been named by the Delhi Police as the organiser of a protest whose participants indulged in violence, Indian Express reported.

Dr M A Anwar’s name finds a mention in the chargesheet filed by Delhi Police in the murder of 20-year-old waiter Dilbar Negi.

Mr. Anwar, owner of New Mustafabad’s Al Hind hospital, had attended to several patients with injuries, including bullet wounds and skull fractures, sustained during the February riots at his hospital, which has been running for three years.

Documentary filmmaker Rahul Roy, through advocate Suroor Mander, had moved Delhi High Court on February 25 after seriously injured patients could not be transported from Al Hind to the better-equipped GTB hospital because rioters were targeting ambulances. In a midnight hearing, the High Court had directed Delhi Police to ensure safe passage of injured victims to GTB or any other government facility.

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