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Posted Online on Friday, 7 March 2006 01:35 IST

Muslim Islamic NewsAligarh Police firing

PRESS RELEASE

The Milli Gazette Online

New Delhi, 6 April, 2006: The Aligarh riot, which has taken a confirmed toll of four Muslim youths and some struggling for life in A.M.U. Medical College along with twenty five injured, all Muslims, as usual, is a testimony, how a notorious communal P.A.C police force and administration of sectarian mentality reacts to a communally oriented issue. Last night tussle started in sensitive Dahi Wali Gali, where a ‘piao’ [drinking water outlet] was existing near a mosque. After partition lot of road side mandirs have mushroomed in every nook and corner in India. A new mata mandir was created besides the ‘piao’ which has became a flash point between two communities. Since every agreement is broken by mandir pujaris every year and they want to create their influence and area of activity causing insecurity among the small population of Muslims in that locality perhaps to uproot them. The whole scenario is backed financed by local bhagwa brigade with its notorious communal leadership of K.K Nawaman. But for present riot the onus is squarely lying on Aligarh district administration. The D.M and the S.P did not respond to the gravity of the situation and no timely measure was taken to tackle the crisis. If curfew had been imposed last night ,the unfortunate incident might not occurred today .But it is evident that some elements in local police establishment are responsible for this one sided Muslim killing. In fact it is a retaliatory killing of Muslim youth under a hatched conspiracy of few police officers who were furious due to injury of one of their fellow officer N.P. Singh. Details of incident are clearly leading to the conclusion that the city was completely normal till 11 A.M. and riot was created by district administration at a very distant place far away from Dahi Wali Gali to create situation to kill Muslims.

It is required that a compensation of Rs. 10 lakh be paid to those killed, Rs. 5 lakh to each seriously injured & Rs. 2.5 lakh to those who have suffered ordinary injury. The C.O. 1st N.P. Singh & S.P. City S.K. Verma be placed under suspended and booked. A time bound enquiry should be conducted by a sitting judge of a High Court to fix responsibility for selective killings & injury loss of property of innocent Muslims.

Bachchan Ali Khan 
Press Secretary, Parcham Party of India
Parcham Party of India
qayadat@parchampartyofindia.org

 

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