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JAMMU: Ghulam Fatima, a resident of village Gursai, Tehsil Mendhar, District Poonch and widow of Rashid Hussain Shah, was forced to knock the doors of administration and Police Department for safety of life and property of her family.
“I have a possession of land in Khasra Nos 198 and 201 measuring 64 Kanals at Gursai right from the year 1947 and one Mohd Rafiq, son of Mir Hussain Gujjar, who is also resident of village Gursai and is posted as Deputy Superintendent of Police, under the influence of police is trying to grab my landed property,” she told reporters during a protest held here with her family. She alleged that Mohd Rafiq has attempted to attack her and her children number of times causing mental harassment to them.
“The cases are pending before a Court at Jammu and also the J and K Special Tribunal and there are status-quo orders in respect of the aforesaid land belonging to me and the said police officer has disobeyed these Courts orders and has taken law in his own hands” she said. During the intervening night of 10th-11th May, 2017, Fatima said, the said police officer with a group of about 200 persons attacked her, her daughter-in-law Rubina having an infant of 3 months, her mother causing injuries to all.
“I have no alternative to get rid of the present crisis created by Mohd. Rafiq and am crying for help with the request before the concerned authorities and Chief Minister, Director General of Police, Chief Secretary to arrest Mohd. Rafiq immediately and his supporters and save me and my family from the cruelty,” she appealed.
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