The Yatra was launched by AAP leader and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia along with the party’s UP in-charge and Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh.
The AAP leaders were accused of gathering more than 50 people during the Tiranga Yatra which was taken out from GIC ground till Shaheed Smarak on Sunday.
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The FIR also mentions 500 unidentified persons who were part of the yatra on Sunday from the GIC ground till the Shaheed Smarak in Sanjay Place, police said.
In Ayodhya, party sources said the yatra will make a brief halt at the Ram temple.
Police did not take the same action against Ashirwad Yatra taken out by the Delhi BJP unit.
The umbrella body of 40 farmer unions said in a statement that the other programmes of boycott and flag protests against the BJP and the JJP will continue.
The conflagration could have been avoided had police and administration not failed to gauge underlying tension.
The video which was shot from a rooftop also has several gunshots sounds, and the police are reportedly probing the clip in order to find out those responsible for the clashes.
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One person died and two others were injured after a clash broke out between two communities during 'Tiranga Yatra' in Kasganj city on Friday.
Explosives were found during house to house searches following which the state police chief said that the stringent National Security Act would be invoked against the culprits.
Kasganj communal violence: Section 144, internet shutdown continue in UP district; accused identified, say cops
The situation in Kasganj remained tense on Sunday, three days after violent clashes followed a 'Tiranga Yatra' carried out by bike-borne youth on Republic Day where one person was killed.