Review; Violent clashes over death of Kashmiri youth in Mumbai: The Human Rescue Team

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Published: July 15, 2013 00:00 IST | Updated: July 15, 2013 05:04 IST

Violent clashes over death of Kashmiri youth in Mumbai

Amed Ali Fayyaz

Funeral prayers being offered for Pervez Ahmad Teli in Srinagar on Sunday. He was found dead in Mumbai under mysterious circumstances.– PHOTO: Nissar Ahmad

Funeral prayers being offered for Pervez Ahmad Teli in Srinagar on Sunday. He was found dead in Mumbai under mysterious circumstances.– PHOTO: Nissar Ahmad

Parts of downtown Srinagar witnessed violent clashes on Sunday between police and locals, who alleged that a Kashmiri youth had been killed in Mumbai.

The body of Pervez Ahmad Teli of Qalamdanpora, who went missing on July 6, reached here in the afternoon. He was found dead on July 10 by his relatives in a Mumbai hospital.

As news of the recovery of the body spread like wildfire, businesses downed the shutters in protest in several localities in the J&K capital. Protestors burned rubber tyres, shouted slogans and attacked police stations at Saraf Kadal and Nowhatta. Police retaliated with baton charge and teargas. Sources said eight demonstrators sustained minor injuries during the clashes.

In a statement on Saturday, hardcore separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani blamed “communalist groups and government agencies” for kidnapping Teli and alleged that his Kashmiri domicile and Islamist beard could have led to his “elimination”.

Earlier this month, Teli, a salesman at a Kashmiri trader’s handicrafts shop in Bangalore, was travelling via Mumbai to rejoin work after two months of leave. He stayed with two cousins in Mumbai. On July 6, on his way to Goa, Teli, accompanied by cousin Wahid, reached a bus stand near Gokul Dham restaurant in the area of Dahisar police station. He went to a shop to buy cigarettes but did not return to the bus.

As he remained untraceable for two days, Teli’s brother Firdaus arrived in Mumbai on July 8. After a great deal of persuasion, the police filed an FIR but allegedly did not make any serious effort to trace the missing youth.

Syed Yamin Andrabi, who works with an advertising agency in Mumbai, told The Hindu over telephone: “The Borivali police station refused to take cognisance and initiate a search for Pervez until we managed to reach senior officials on the phone.. Dahisar station head Ansar Pirjade also called up the Borivali station. Only then was an FIR registered and CCTV footage of Gokul Anand examined. It showed that Pervez Teli and Wahid had reached the bus stand at 4.30 p.m. on July 6.”

Mr. Andrabi said the probe revealed that Teli had been attacked by some people near Gokul Anand. Later, he was spotted in a critical condition near a mosque at Borivali National Park…

 

 


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