- Tuesday, 17 May 2011
Bureau Report Vishwas news
Did Akbaruddin Owaisi use a fire arm, is a million dollar question the Hyderabad city police has to answer, even fifteen days after the incident the police has not reached any conclusion as to whether the MLA had fired through a pistol in the confrontation.
A photo made available to the media through different sources clearly points out that the MLA is holding a pistol even while facing an attack from the deceased alleged assailant Ibrahim Yafai. The manner in which the article is being held clearly points out to it being a small pistol.
With MLA still being termed unwell and failure of the police to extract any statement from the MLA it has left a spate of doubts in the minds of the general public. The theories of the police probing only one side of the incident under political pressure are also doing rounds as a total of fifteen members of a family have been arrested for the attack on the legislature which has already been termed as a group clash by a few Urdu newspapers.
The police on its part have failed to probe the sequences that lead to the injuries of three persons on the Pahelwan side and subsequent death of one of the alleged assailant Ibrahim Yafai.
Even though it appears in the video clipping that the PSO Mohd. Jani firing a shot at Ibrahim Yafia from behind it remains unclear as to how his chest bore a bullet injury as pointed out by the photographs published in a section of the Urdu newspapers a day after the incident.
The pictures have started off a debate in the Majlis dominated areas of the city and especially in the Chandrayangutta assembly constituency which is represented by Akbarowaisi. Are the police really diluting the case to suit only a party is a question the Hyderabad City Police has to come clear on?
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