By MM Special Correspondent
Solapur : Claiming her son’s murder as a well hatched conspiracy Mahmooda Bi, mother of Khalid Machala one of the SIMI under trails killed in Bhopal has lodged a complaint (not FIR) against Bhupendra Singh, Home Minister of Madhya Pradesh and five other high profile police officials at MIDC police station.
In her complaint letter she had demanded registration of FIR u/s 120 (B), 302 and 201 of I.P.C against Bhupendra Singh, Yogesh Chaudhary, IG Bhopal; Rishi Kumar Shukla, DG Madhya Pradesh; Arvind Saxena, SP Bhopal; Akhilesh Tomar, Superintendent of Central Prison Bhopal and Sanjeev Shami, Chief of ATS, Madhya Pradesh.
The police refused to file the FIR but registered a complaint in a station diary after three hours of struggle by the team of lawyers and 500 people who had accompanied Mahmooda Bi to the police station. She was also accompanied by President of Jamiat Ulema-e-Maharashtra Hafiz Nadeem Siddique.
The complaint will be forwarded to Bhopal police for further action.
Mahmooda Bi’s complaint letter reads that “His (Khalid Machala’s) killing was claimed as an “encounter” whereas it is neither possible nor feasible by any stretch of imagination. There was no occasion or reason for my son to escape from the prison as the entire family, including him, were confident and assured about his innocence,”
Calling it a “hatched up conspiracy” in the complaint letter she stressed that “It is clearly a cold-blooded murder which was well designed and executed in accordance and furtherance of their conspiracy.”
“In the interest of justice, it is very much necessary to investigate the matter in depth regarding the brutal murder and conspiracy hatched up by the above-named high profile office bearers and all other concerned persons who have facilitated in the killing of my unarmed son, who was in judicial custody.”
Mahmooda Bi has sent a copy of the complaint letter to Chief Justice of India, Chief Justice of Bombay High Court, Chief Justice of Jabalpur High Court, Home Secretary of Maharashtra and Home Secretary of MP.
Advocate Tahiwar Khan who is fighting to procure justice for deceased Khalid Machala’s mother, widow and four children expressed full faith in country’s judiciary.