Batla House encounter: Terror group with links to ISIS threatens to take revenge
Batla House encounter: Terror group with links to ISIS threatens to take revenge

ISIS-linked terror group Ansar-ul-Tawhid Fi Bilad Al Hind (AuT) on the occasion of sixth anniversary of 2008 Batla House encounter on Friday vowed to take revenge.

Apex Muslim body serves legal notice to VK Malhotra

BJP leader VK Malhotra has been served a legal notice by All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat for allegedly causing "damage to secular fabric" by his controversial statement that Jamia Nagar and Batla House have become safe havens for terrorists.

Congress MLA disrupts Arvind Kejriwal presser over Batla House, CM walks out

Congress MLA from Okhla Asif Mohammad Khan raised slogans against the Aam Aadmi Party government and created ruckus at a press conference of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday.

Batla house encounter: Govt moves HC seeking death for convict

The Delhi Police has moved the Delhi High Court seeking enhancement of life term to death for 2008 Batla House encounter case convict Shahzad Ahmed for killing a decorated police officer on duty.

Batla House verdict sparks war of words between Congress, BJP

The Delhi court verdict in the Batla House case on Thursday led to a political war of words, with BJP slamming Congress leaders who had questioned the genuiness of the encounter while the ruling party hit back.

Batla House encounter: Doubting politicians proved wrong, says wife of slain cop

With court convicting militant in Batla House encounter for murdering Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma, his family voiced satisfaction, saying it proved his martyrdom was genuine.

Batla House encounter genuine, satisfied with verdict: Chidambaram

Chidambaram on Thursday said he felt the gunfight between police and the Indian Mujahideen terrorists was genuine and was satisfied that the prosecution could prove the case in court.

Batla House encounter genuine, Digvijay Singh must apologise: BJP

The Bharatiya Janata Party welcomed a court`s verdict which convicted Indian Mujahideen operative Shahzad Ahmad in the 2008 Batla House shootout.

Govt running away from Batla House probe: Shahid Siddiqui

A Delhi Court is all set to pronounce its final verdict in the five-year-old Batla House encounter case.

Batla House encounter: Suspected IM operative Shahzad Ahmad held guilty

Nearly five years after the Batla House encounter that killed Delhi Police Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma, a session court on Thursday found the lone accused in the case, Shahzad Ahmad, guilty of killing the brave police officer.

Togadia targets Cong over Batla House controversy

Senior VHP leader Pravin Togadia
has accused the party of only shedding tears for extremists,
but not for nationalist forces.

‘Nothing wrong in divergent views on Batla House’

Union minister Sriprakash Jaiswal on Monday said there is nothing wrong in
divergent views surfacing within the party over
the Batla House encounter.

BJP seeks PM`s clarification on Batla encounter

The BJP said contradictory statements by Congress leaders on the Batla encounter were dangerous for internal security.

Batla encounter: Court frames charges

A Delhi court has framed charges
against suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorist Shahzad Ahmed,
involved in a gunbattle with a Delhi police team at Batla
House here in 2008, paving the way for start of trial against
him.

Trial in Batla House encounter case set to begin

The trial in the Batla House encounter case is all set to begin as a Delhi court sent the matter to a sessions judge for hearing arguments on charge & subsequent proceedings against Shahzad, member of Indian Mujahideen.

Congress says it wants speedy trial in Batla case, no inquiry

Congress on Friday said that it
was not asking for a judicial enquiry into the Batla encounter
but wanted a speedy trial of the accused.

Ulema Council rally for judicial probe into Batla House

The Ulema Council will hold a
rally here on February 20 to press for a judicial probe into
the Batla House encounter besides raising other issues facing
Muslims in the country, its President Madani on Thursday said.

`Azamgarh visit has given the aggrieved a hope for fair trial`

Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh said here today that he had not committed any crime nor done anything to polarise communities by paying a two-day visit to Azamgarh in the first week of this month.

Facing flak over Batla House remark, Digvijay meets Sonia

Under attack for his remarks on
the Batla House encounter, Congress leader Digvijay Singh
Tuesday met party chief Sonia Gandhi and gave a report on his
visit to Azamgarh where he had raised doubts over the
incident.

Batla House: Police probing `role` of politicians

Suspected Indian Mujahideen
terrorist Shahzad has reportedly named at least three politicians, including a former MLA from Azamgarh, claiming
they helped him flee from Delhi.