Kishtwar family alleges victimization ‘NIA implicating Wasim’
Srinagar, Oct 13: Tragedies have been a part of life for the family of Wasim Akram Malik of Kishtwar, whom Delhi Court sent to 14-day remand in connection with Delhi High Court blast case last week.
Junaid Akram, younger brother of Malik, according to the family, was abducted last year and since then he has been missing.
Narrating their woeful tale father of Wasim, Riyaz-ul-Hassan Malik, of Giri Nagar Dugi Kishtwar told Greater Kashmir that on October 2, he received a letter from Additional Superintendent of Police National Investigating Agency, Dr Ajeet Singh that he should present his son, who is pursuing MBBS final year in Bangladesh, for quizzing in connection with September 7 Delhi High Court blast case.
“Around 9 PM, the police officer dropped the letters. I telephoned my son that very moment in front of the officer to Bangladesh asking him to reach back to India swiftly,” said Malik.
He said that on October 3, his son reached New Delhi for questioning voluntarily.
“Before reaching Delhi, Wasim called NIA office giving them his ticket number as well as arrival time sincerely. We (me and my wife) were also present at aerodrome and voluntarily handed over him to the NIA team. Though we wept that time but my son found no reason in it saying he hasn’t committed any crime,” he said.
Wasim’s parents said that on the day of the blast their son was relishing vacation with the family in Jammu. “My son’s call details and bank account can give clear idea about his location on the day of blasts. He was in Jammu that day. We have got bank account details of his ATM, about his shopping and his travel log. Everything is in black and white. On September 9 he departed to Bangladesh via Jammu airport,” said his mother Shameema and broke down.
After handing over Wasim to NIA, she said a manufactured theory was leaked to Television channels that her son was intercepted at Indo-Bangla border instead of the fact he voluntarily presented him before the NIA.
“Let Government check his antecedents, his career graph and attendance at the college. NIA is falsely linking him to the blasts. If my son had committed any wrong he would have never returned on his own from Bangladesh to New Delhi,” she said, “A theory was purported that my younger son is on run since past 20 years when his date of birth is 1995. Let Chief Minister Omar Abdullah intervene in providing us justice.”
She said that her younger son Junaid Akram was kidnapped November 8 last year by Azhar Ali Paddar and others. The accused, she said, is in custody after his arrest by Police last year. However her son, she said is still untraceable.
“My younger son was kidnapped by Paddar and an FIR was registered in the case. Even the detained kidnapper admitted that they took my son. Then he (Paddar) said my son was handed over to Irshad Ahmad Akhoon who said that he handed over him to Fateh Akhoon of Dachan. Despite all these clues police failed to get my son back,” she said.
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