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Police in quandary in alleged sacrilege case
JAMMU, Sep 12: Police seems to be in a state of quandary and working under pressure in Channi Himmat alleged sacrilegious act case while at-least a dozen Rohingya Refugees living in the vicinity have been detained without any lead for the last three days.

Eyewitness said that the carcass of the animal was lying in the area for the last 3-4 days and when the Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) was approached to lift the carcass, some disgruntled elements exploited the issue and made the issue volatile. The animal seems to have died a natural death and the body was disposed off, they added.

Ravi Hemadri, Director Development and Justice Initiative (DAJI) speaking to KTNS over phone informed that Channi Himmat Police detained ten men and two women from Hasan Sharief cluster between Malik Market and Channi Rama over an alleged sacrilegious act Saturday night. The women who were picked up have little babies back home and are in dilemma.

“We are confused as what police is doing. If they’ve specific charges against them, they should be produced before the court of law otherwise they should release them. But If they have no charges against them, then it is violation of law to continue to detain them,” Ravi Hemadri added.

Ravi Hemadri added that the Rohingya refugees provided them a list of detainees including Hamid Hussain son of Amir Hussain, Noori Islam wife of Amir Hamza, Sayed Noor son of Abul Hussain, Noor Ullah son of Johar Ali, Noor Mohammad son of Mohammad Hussain, Rafiq Ullah son of Mohammad Hussain, Mushtaq Ahmad son of Tazor Malik, Hamid Hussain, MV, Sabokunar son of D. Ahmad, Hamida Khatoon wife of Amir Ali and Mohammad Arif- all residents of Hasan Sharief cluster.

Station House Officer (SHO) Police Station Channi Himmat Inspector Sajjad Mirza said that police has registered a case in the alleged sacrilegious act and rounded up at-least a dozen Rohingya Refugees living in the vicinity for questioning. These suspects have not been arrested in the case but they are being temporarily called to Police Station and questioned. The investigation in the case is going on and police is making all out efforts to work out the case at the earliest, SHO added.

SHO denied of permanent detention of Rohingya refugees in the case and said that they temporarily called for questioning in the case.

It is notable to mention here that an alleged sacrilegious act on Saturday evening triggered protest near Malik Market on Kunjwani By-Pass road.

News Updated at : Wednesday, September 13, 2017
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