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Posted Online on Monday, 1 February 2010 20:39 IST

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Muslim Islamic NewsIndia: Azamgarh youth kidnapped by plainclothes

The Milli Gazette

1 February 2010

New Delhi (Milli Gazette - 1 February 2010): A youth was kidnapped this afternoon from an Azamgarh village in eastern Uttar Pradesh by armed plainclothes. The youth was identified as “Shahzad Ahmad”.
According to reliable sources in Bilaryaganj, around 25 armed plainclothes arrived in Khalispur village near Bilaryaganj in Azamgarh at about 3.30 pm today. They barged into the house of Niyaz Ahmad, threatened the occupants, abused women and pushed Shahzad’s uncle to the floor injuring him seriously.

The plainclothes dragged Niyaz Ahmad’s grandson Shahzad Ahmad, aged 21 years, to the waiting vehicles threatening all in their way with brandished arms.
As a result of this kidnapping, the whole area of Azamgarh is once again gripped in fear and apprehension as such kidnappings had stopped in recent months.

Bilaryaganj police station incharge told relatives and locals who have assembled there in the wake of this kidnapping that a police party from “outside” has taken away the youth said to be absconding since Delhi’s Batla House “encounter” of September 2008 in which two Azamgarh youths were killed by plainclothes later identified as officers of Delhi police.
 

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