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Twisting the Process of justice: PSO says Sajjan Kumar is missing

February 25, 2010 | By

Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler

Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler

Ludhiana/New Delhi (February 25, 2010): A strange but apparently planned ‘cat and mouse drama’ is going on in Delhi regarding expected/speculated arrest of Former Congress MP Sajjan Kumar.  CBI the premier investigation agency of the country has failed to arrest Sajjan Kumar despite a non-bailable warrant against him in some cases related to Sikh Massacre of 1984. Now Personal Security Officer (PSO) of Sajjan Kumar has claimed that Former MP is “missing” for the past one.

“Delhi Police Constable Ram Niroha, posted as the PSO of the Congress leader and Z+ category protectee, had approached the Security Wing on February 19 informing them that Kumar had gone missing from that day. Sources said Niroha, posted with the Security Wing, was suspended from service and a probe is on to establish the veracity of his claims. Police has stationed a PCR van outside Kumar’s residence in Madipur. His brother Ramesh Kumar is MP from South Delhi constituency.” says TOI report.

“It seems Kumar has gone underground to evade arrest,” a senior police official said, adds the report.

Kumar’s lawyer had earlier told the court that he was not running away and was just exploring all statutory remedies available to him by approaching a higher court. The CBI had on February 23 informed the court that they could not arrest Kumar as he could not be located, prompting the judge to slam the investigating agency for “not being serious in apprehending” the Congress leader.

The Sikhs for Justice, a NGO pursuing cases of 1984 Sikh Massacre has urged the court to declare Sajjan Kumar as absconding offender.

This case is an instance that how various organs of Indian systems works in hidden collaboration to protect the guilty and deny justice to the victims of State oppression or atrocities.

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