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Numberdar ‘beaten up’ by Tehsildar HR activist seeks details under RTI
SRINAGAR, May 31: In a brazen example of misuse of official position, Numberdar (village head) village Zandfaran was beaten to pulp allegedly by Tehsildar Baramulla yesterday.

Mohammad Yaseen, a Human Rights (HR) activist affiliated with Coalition of Civil Society (CCS) has filed an application under Right To Information (RTI) in this regard.

According to the applicant, Javed Ahmad Malik, son of Ghulam Mohammad Malik, a resident and Numberdar of Zandfaran village, was taken along with Ghulam Mohammad Malik son of Ghulam Qadir Malik his fellow villager by Naib Tehsildar Baramulla to tehsil office where Javed was ruthlessly beaten outside by Tehsildar in front of a large gathering. The Naib Tehsildar was accompanied by some policemen, the applicant has said.

After beating Javed, he was taken to police station Sheeri along with his fellow villager where they were detained by police, says Yaseen.

Yaseen has now sought details form police headquarter Srinagar as to on what charges were Javed and his fellow villager were detained by police. “Was any FIR registered? If yes, I have sought a copy of that FIR,” he said.

“Under what law Javed was beaten by Tehsildar and why no action has been taken against him by Police? Please name all the police personnel who accompanied Tehsildar and Naib Tehsildar,” Yaseen has asked from the police headquarters through his RTI application.

The applicant has also asked the police as whether the relatives of Javed were informed about his arrest as per procedure and has an official record been maintained of it? Please provide the copy of the same, Yaseen has asked.

“Was any first aid or treatment given to Ghulam Mohammad as he is injured? Please provide the details of medical officer who treated him and what medication was given? If no medical help was given please provide details why it was not given?” the applicant has asked.

News Updated at : Friday, June 1, 2012
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