West Bengal: Palatial house, gold jewellery ... Know all about luxurious life of Jahangirpuri violence accused

Jahangirpuri Violence:

Mohammad Ansar is the main accused in the Jahangirpuri Violence in Delhi on Hanuman Jayanti last Saturday. As soon as his connection with West Bengal came to the fore, there was an uproar in the state. The police have found out that Ansar has a house in Haldia. Although he is a resident of Delhi, Ansar used to come to that house in Haldia from time to time.

Mohammad Ansar is actually the son-in-law of Haldia. His father-in-law’s house is in Kumarpur village there. Although the house is now locked, Ansar’s wife had gone there a few days ago. Even Ansar’s uncle’s house is in Namalakshya village of Mahishadal. He is a blacksmith by profession.

The rise of Ansar, a resident of Jahangirpuri in Delhi, is quite spectacular. Over the last few years, Ansar has become rich overnight. The house he owns in Haldia is not a house but a palace. Ansar has built a house near his father-in-law’s house. He stayed there during the lockdown. 

Ansar has always been accustomed to living a luxurious life. He wore a thick gold chain around his neck and gold jewelry in his hand. Ansar has a single five-storey house in Jahangirpuri. From beginning to end, wrapped in CCTV cameras, the impression of luxury is evident all over the house. Every house has AC installed.

On the day of Hanuman Jayanti, there was violence in the Jahangirpuri area of Delhi during a religious procession. The miscreants were accused of raining bricks during the procession.

The police also said that the Ansar had a fake account named Raj Malhotra on social media. It also has a picture of him with a firearm in his hand. Apart from Ansar, a total of 23 people have been arrested in connection with the Jahangirpuri violence in Delhi. One more of them is associated with Bengal. Another accused Sheikh Aslam is a resident of Kanchanpur of Mahishadal.


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