Big disclosure of Delhi Police: 50 lakh rupees came in Mohammad Zubair's account in 3 months

Delhi Police says that it has evidence that in the last three months, 50 lakh rupees had arrived in the bank account of Alt News co-founder Mohammad Zubair. Police is probing the source of the money received and may take it to Bengaluru tomorrow.

New Delhi: Alt News co-founder Mohammad Zubair's troubles are not taking the name of lessening. According to news agency ANI, now Delhi Police has made a big disclosure that Rs 50 lakh has come in Zubair's bank account. Delhi Police says it has evidence that Rs 50 lakh was deposited in the bank account of Alt News co-founder Mohammad Zubair in the last three months. Police is probing the source of the money received and may take it to Bengaluru tomorrow.


At the same time, some time ago it was reported that Mohammad Zubair was presented in the court of Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Snigdha Sarwaria of Patiala House Court today. During this, Delhi Police demanded from the court to extend the period of custody of Zubair for five more days. But the court ordered to send Mohammad Zubair on police remand for 4 days. In fact, Delhi Police arrested him on Monday for hurting the religious sentiments of a community. After this, he was first sent on police remand for a day.


On behalf of Delhi Police, it has been said in the court that objectionable remarks were made by Zubair. On the investigation of which tweet, Delhi Police has arrested them. At the same time, Zubair's lawyer Vrinda Grover said that not only Zubair but many people had retweeted the tweet and also took a jibe at it in their own way. But the arrest was made only to Zubair. Grover said that Delhi Police is only harassing Zubair.

Arrest happened in second case


At the same time, Vrinda Grover had told Zubair as a fact checker in the court. He exposes lies on social media. That's why many people dislike it. He lives in Bangalore. He was called to Delhi for questioning. The notice was given for some other case and the arrest took place in another case.