Don’t want to be back in village, says Akhlaq son

  • | Monday | 1st April, 2019

It was difficult for me to prepare for the IAS examination as it needed serious concentration and focus on studies. “At present, we do not have any plans to return to Noida or Bisada,” he said. Danish said the lawyer representing his family in court also does not know why the process has been delayed. “This is my routine,” he said.The trial into the lynching has not begun even after three and a half years. “I do not want to comment on the chief minister’s visit to Bisada,” he said.

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