2020 Delhi Anti-Hindu Riots: Siddique Kappan directed PFI hit squad to kill Kapil Mishra & Parvesh Verma

According to a report, Siddique Kappan allegedly instructed Kamal KP, the commander of the Popular Front of India (PFI) Hit Squad and a resident of Malappuram, to assassinate Kapil Mishra and Parvesh Verma.

NewsBharati    20-Mar-2024 11:08:12 AM
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A shocking information about the UAPA accused Kerala-based ‘journalist’ Siddique Kappan has come to front describing how he directed the banned Islamist terror outfit Popular Front of India (PFI) ‘hit squad’ to assassinate BJP leaders Parvesh Verma and Kapil Mishra following the 2020 anti-Hindu riots in Delhi.
Siddique Kappan
This come amid when Allahabad High Court has granted bail to student leader Masood Ahmed in connection with the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act case related to the Hathras gangrape in which journalist Siddique Kappan is an accused person.
According to a report published on March 19, 2024, by a local Malayalam media outlet Janmabhumi, Siddique Kappan, infuriated by the BJP leader’s efforts that thwarted PFI members’ attempts to target Hindus during the 2020 anti-Hindu riots in Delhi, reportedly ordered the now arrested Popular Front of India (PFI) Hit Squad Commander Kamal KP, a native of Malappuram, to kill Kapil Mishra and Parvesh Verma.
The order was given during a meeting held at the banned outfit Popular Front of India (PFI) controlled Green Valley Academy at Manjery in Kerala’s Malappuram district in September 2020. The English-translated archived version of the report by Janmabhumi can be viewed here.
The revelation was made when the NIA interrogated the PFI member Kamal KP and his hit squad members Anshad Badruddin and Firoz Khan. Notably, Kamal KP was arrested on March 3, 2023, from Melattur in the Malappuram district of Kerala for attempting to stir up unrest and incite protests in Hathras in 2020 after the death of a 19-year-old Dalit woman there.
Kamal KP was a member of the PFI’s ‘hit squad’ and a mentor of Anshad Badruddin and Firoz Khan who were apprehended with improvised explosive devices (IED) in Lucknow in 2021. Kamal KP was also among the top five members of the PFI.
On the 24th and 25th of February 2020, India’s national capital Delhi saw large-scale anti-Hindu riots which marked the culmination of the hostility, hatred, and anger spread by the anti-CAA protests by the Islamists in Shaheen Bagh and other areas. Shahdara, Maujpur, Bhajanpura, Brahmapuri, and other parts of northeast Delhi witnessed violence perpetrated by the Islamists. 53 people died in these riots while more than 200 people were left injured.