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2005: Indian Muslim Statements
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Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee, India  

Civil liberties condemns the kill and get promotion policy of DGP, Andra Pradesh

Hyderabad, 27 March, 2005
: The Civil liberties monitoring committee, India, express its deep concern over the encounter killing, and condemning the attitude of Director general Police A.P. He is working on the policy to kill and get the promotion, rewards and awards. According to CLMCI's information, nearly 100 policemen list is ready for promotion on the basis of encounter killings. DGP is not working as a police man but as BAD MAN, it seems that in A.P there is no any elected Govt ruling, administration and policy making is in the DGP’S hands, and police is ruling all over the A.P. The Chief Minister of A.P becomes the playing instrument in the hands of DGP, he completely lost the control on police force

Civil liberties strongly condemning the harassment of revolutionary writers, poets and singers like V.V, Gaddar and Kalyan Rao, registering the cases and threatening them to arrest. This is nothing but betrayed these leaders and suppresses the voice of the poor people. The Congress party led by the Rajshekhar Reddy came in to the power with the promises that human right will be protected, encounter killing will be stopped, and dialogue will be started with the naxalites. But after coming in to the power he violated his own promises, he has given free hands to police, first police targeted the Muslims by colliding Gujarat police, arrested Moulana Naseeruddin, killed a Muslim youth Mujahid (22) with a point blank range firing on his chest, open fired on funeral procession, lathi charged women, children and old age people, but at this time nobody came forward from other community to raised the voice against this atrocities. Now police targeting the Maoist leaders, their mediators and the poor people and killing them on the name of encounters, if the these people came forward at the time when police targeting Muslims now the situation will be different .any how Rajshekhar Reddy forgotten the people who work hard to defeat the Chandrababu and help the congress to come in to the power. Under these circumstances Civil Liberties appeals with the people to come forward and pressurize the Govt respect the human values and control the DGP Sorengit Sen, who has very much proud on the combing operation and announces that he will be finished the Maoists and other mass movement, but the fact is that congress is going to finish out due to this proudly officer.

Sd/- Lateef Mohd Khan
G. Secretary,
Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee, India
Amberpet, Hyderabad, A.P - 500013 India, Tel: +91-9391051586 Fax: 91-40-27403392, Email: clmci@hotmail.com q

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