CISF Chief condemned Move to Protect Freinds of Home Ministers son

via HK published on March 8, 2009

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NEW DELHI

:
CISF Chief severely criticised Kerala Police and Home Ministry for
trying to protect two criminals who assaulted CISF officer in
Thiruvananthapuram airport, in the name of the son of Home Minister.


 

A Jihadi Egypt born UK Citizen Al
Jalak and a Mafia gang leader Madathil Reghu assaulted the official at the
airport last month. The criminals were taken away from airport in the Home
Minister’s vehicle under the instruction of Home Minister’s son. Savy Mano
Mathew another Mafialeader and close associate of Home Minister’s son and Film
Actor who is notorious for his underworld connection came to the rescue of
these international criminals.  


 

The state police tried to save the accused in connection
with the assault on CISF official at the international airport in the capital
city, said CISF chief N R Das.The police first registered petty cases only against the accused, Das said. But
as pressure mounted, they took then Home Ministry was forced to take action
against these two freinds of Home Minister’s son.


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