Ankit Sharma / Crime Branch / Details / Ow’S Bhavatosh Singh / Priyank Tripathi

#Exclusive | Ankit Sharma was stabbed 51 times by the mob led by @tahirhussain009 , according to the charge sheet filed by @DelhiPolice  Crime Branch. Details by TIMES NOW’s Bhavatosh Singh & Priyank Tripathi. | #JusticeForAnkitSharma 

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