Crime branch will investigate the case of assault on an elderly man by asking religion in Noida

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Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone I) Harish Chander said that Kazim Ahmed, a resident of Zakir Nagar in Jamia Millia area of ​​Delhi, has lodged a report that he was going from Delhi to Aligarh to attend his niece’s wedding on July 4, 2021. were.

Noida. The Crime Branch of Gautam Buddha Nagar Police Commissionerate will investigate the case of assaulting an elderly man by asking his religion. A case in this regard has been registered after receiving notice from the Supreme Court. The Noida Police Commissionerate is facing flak for not registering a case in connection with the incident that took place about one and a half years ago and now the Noida Police has been separated from its investigation and the crime branch of the Police Commissionerate has been entrusted with the investigation. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone I) Harish Chander said that Kazim Ahmed, a resident of Zakir Nagar in Jamia Millia area of ​​Delhi, has lodged a report that he was going from Delhi to Aligarh to attend his niece’s wedding on July 4, 2021. were.

He reached Noida’s Sector 37 bus stand from Delhi and started waiting for a vehicle to go to Aligarh, when he found some people in the car who asked him to drop him at Aligarh. Ahmed alleges that after some time the people in the car asked about his religion and started fighting with him. Humiliated him by shaving his beard and stripping him. He said that the accused tried to gouge out his eyes with a screwdriver. The Deputy Commissioner of Police said that on January 15, 2023, the police registered the report of the incident. He said that a departmental inquiry is being conducted into the matter. If any policeman is found guilty, action will be taken against him as well.

Crime Branch officials met the victim’s family and recorded their statements. The case has been registered after the Supreme Court took a strong stand in the Kazim Ahmed case and summoned the Uttar Pradesh Director General of Police (DGP). On the other hand, Gani Mustafa, the brother of the victim Kazim, told that they complained about the incident with his brother from the outpost level to the police station and senior police officers, but no one listened to them. Eventually he turned to the Supreme Court.

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