Delhi Police examined the CCTV film over the grievance of CISF and enrolled a FIR against him under U/S 2 avoidance of affront of public honor act 1971.
Guwahati: The Delhi Police on Friday captured a man from Assam for offering supplications while remaining on the Tricolor banner at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. According to reports, the episode occurred on May 8 when the charged recognized as Mohammed Tariq Aziz, had gone from Dubai by and was going to go Dimapur. At around 5 PM, he spread the Indian National Flag on the floor between boarding doors 1 and 3 and remained upon it to offer namaz.
As a CISF jawan saw him affronting the National Flag, he was confined and was subsequently given over to the Delhi Police. Afterward, Delhi Police filtered the CCTV film over the protest of CISF and enlisted a FIR against him under U/S 2 avoidance of affront of public honor act 1971. “Md Tariq Aziz, inhabitant of Assam, came from Dubai by flight 6E24 and needed to additionally go to Dimapur by Indigo flight 6E 5398. At around 0046 to 0050 hrs, he spread the Indian public banner on the floor and by remaining on it he was supplicating namaz, between boarding door 1 and 3. His exercises were viewed as dubious and unwanted. He has affronted the public banner,” read the police FIR.