Contradictory claims necessitate probe into arrest of 2 youth: Jama’at
Srinagar, Mar 3: Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu Kashmir has demanded a judicial probe into the arrest of two youth: Ahtesham Malik and Tauseef Ahmad Peer, in New Delhi by the Delhi police.
“The contradictory claims regarding the actual places of arrest of two youth namely Ahtesham Malik and Tauseef Ahmad Peer of Sopore made by the Delhi police and arrestees’ parents make this whole affair confusing. For avoiding this big confusion, the matter needs to be probed by a high-level impartial judicial authority,” said the Jama’at spokesman advocate Zahid Ali in a statement today.
“On the one hand, the police claims that they have been arrested in Delhi while as their parents say that they have been picked up in their presence from their homes in Jharkhand. It is a known fact that so far a number of such claims by the police in the different parts of India have been proved totally false and concocted and as a result a number of the innocent accused persons were acquitted by the higher judiciary of India,” he added.
The Jama’at spokesman said that keeping this fact in view, the matter needs a thorough and impartial probe. “Not to disclose the actual place and time of the arrest of any person speaks a lot in itself and this whole process becomes unreliable according to due process of law under article 21 of the constitution of India. Such things are not unexpected from the Delhi police keeping in view the verdicts of different high courts and the supreme court of India vis-à-vis such cases,” said the spokesman, appealing to all the human rights forums and the impartial legal experts to come forward and give their opinion and fight for the innocent victims of the police ‘highhandedness’.
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