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Police has detained my son, threaten to kill if I complain: Mustafa

Monday October 15, 2012 04:41:17 PM, Staff Reporter

Mohammad Mustafa Landge alleges his son is illegally detained by police

(Photo: Inquilab)

Malegaon: Mohammad Mustafa Landge, a former officer with telecom department, alleged that his son, Irfan, had been detained by three officers of Delhi police's Special Cell. He also alleged that the police officers threatened to kill his son if he complained to anyone about his detention, said a media report.


"Delhi Special cell police officers detained my son Irfan from Thane near Mumbai on October 05 at around 11 in the morning alleging that he is involved in anti-national activities", Mohammad Mustafa Landge of Ahmednagar said while talking to a Mumbai based Urdu daily Inquilab.


He said that Irfan was in Thane to pick-up his wife back home from his in-laws.


"The police informed my relatives that Irfan would be freed in few hours", Mustafa, who is fluent in Marathi language and claims to be a preacher of Islam among Marathi-speaking non-Muslims, alleged.


"For the next three days we did not get any information about him. On October 08, I along with Irfan's father-in-law and brother-in-law was called by phone to Juhu sea-beach. From there we were taken to a Juhu hotel where Delhi special cell police officers disclosed their identities and gave us details", Inquilab quoted Mohammad Mustafa as saying.


"Simultaneously, they threatened us not to inform or complain to anyone. Else, they said, Irfan would be either killed in an encounter or deported to Pakistan, Bangladesh or Nepal", Mustafa alleged.


"Later on, stating that we would be kept updated on phone, they advised us to go home", Mustafa said.


Mustafa alleged that the next day he received a phone call. The caller said to him to come to Delhi on October 10 by air along with Irfan's father-in-law and brother-in-law. The caller also said someone would come to the airport to pick them up, according to the report datelined Aurangabad published in Inquilab Monday.


However, Mustafa did not go to Delhi and returned from Pune airport after consulting his lawyer. On his way back to Ahmednagar, he received a call once again insisting him to come to Delhi, the report said.


In reply to a question, Mustafa said that he was silent for the last ten days because he was sure Irfan would be freed. But after Delhi police's arrested three persons in a blast case, he decided to approach media fearing that Irfan would also be implicated in any fabricated case, according to the report published in Inquilab.





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