NEW DELHI, Feb 8 – An Indian justice on Friday condemned 7 Muslim group to life in jail for a murder of dual Hindu group in 2013 in a northern state of Uttar Pradesh, an occurrence that had sparked eremite riots murdering about 65 people and displacing thousands.
The riots began in a district of Muzaffarnagar, 130 km (81 miles) northeast of New Delhi, and widespread to other areas in a country’s many populous state months before a 2014 choosing won by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu jingoist party.
A justice in Muzaffarnagar condemned a group after they were found guilty of murdering a dual Hindus in a encampment of Kawal on Aug. 27, 2013, prosecutor Rajeev Sharma told Reuters.
Reuters could not immediately hit a families of a convicted men.
Nearly all a victims https://af.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idAFBREA390BJ20140410 of a riots were Muslims, including about 12,000 people who were done temporarily homeless due to a disturbance that polarised western Uttar Pradesh on eremite lines.
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