Justice for Hyderabad Police Officer killed by Jihadi Terrorist
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This is an urgent petition, requesting the Hon. President of India to Stop the Proposed Clemency to Jihadi Terrorist Mohammad Abdul Qadeer and to Provide Justice to the family of Martyred Assistant Commisioner of Police N. Satya (who was shot dead by his own subordinate constable Abdul Qadeer, a fanatic Jihadi) for discharging his duties as a honest, upfront officer in quelling communal riots in Hyderabad.
We request the Hon. President of India to reject any clemency petition being floated by Jihadi-supporters and Naxalite-front groups whose aim is to affect the morale and deter patriotic, law-abiding police personnel from discharge their duties.
We urge the Governments of India and Andhra Pradesh to not suppress the legitimate voice of 89% (majority) of the state’s population due to undue political pressure exerted by the fundamentalist Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), whose support-base is limited to only the extremist fringes of the Muslim community (9% of the state’s population).
We also humbly remind the Hon. President and Hon. Chief Minister that Police Constable Mohammad Abdul Qadeer shot dead his superior Assistant Commissioner of Police N. Satya in the midst of communal riots on December 12, 1990. Qadeer was arrested on the spot and was booked in sec 302 of I.P.C, and sec 27 of the Arms Act.
The patriotic ACP N.Satya wanted to inspect a mosque as there was reliable information that the mosque was being used for storing weapons and that rioters were using it for staging attacks on unsuspecting passers-by. Seeing that the ACP Satya was intent on entering the mosque for inspection, this constable Qadeer who was well aware of the goings-on inside the mosque (to which he was a willing accomplice) took his service gun and shot dead his own superior officer ACP N.Satya from behind, in cold blood.
The state government, police and the prosecution in their argument before the honourable court successfully also proved that, “The accused Qadeer is a Jihadi fanatic and Hindu hater who instigated rowdy elements of Muslim community to rape Hindu girls on the eve of Rakhi Pornima; he was also seen in the company of Muslim rowdies who were attacking Hindus and he also opened fire at Hindus.”
On December 31, 1992, the honourable court duly convicted and awarded life imprisonment to the unrepentant murderer Mohammad Abdul Qadeer, which was a much lighter sentence than the death penalty that the Indian masses expected would be handed down to this communal terrorist.
Ever since this anti-national Qadeer is in jail, the Jihadi-supporters and Naxalite-front groups have tried to unsuccessfully prove the constable as mentally unstable. He is being given royal treatment in jail and in an air-conditioned hospital on the demand of unpatriotic MIM Razakars, the same group who violently opposed Hyderabad's accession to India and killed lakhs of Indians in 1946-1948, before the Indian Army liberated Hyderabad.
Recently, this traitor Qadeer was rewarded by Razakar MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi who gifted him a Cheque for Rupees 3.5 Lakhs for his contribution to the Jihadi cause and assassination of ACP N. Satya.
The travesty is that for the past few months, this treacherous Jihadi terrorist Mohammad Abdul Qadeer has been released from jail for a few days to a few weeks at a time, so he can enjoy time with his family and relatives - an opportunity he denied for ever to the bereaved parents, wife, children, siblings and relatives of ACP N.Satya whom he murdered with his own hands.
The blood of martyr ACP N.Satya will stain the hands of any Honourable President who grants clemency to the unpenitent Jihadi Mohammad Abdul Qadeer and mar the legacy of any Honourable Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister who collaborates in his illegal release and thereby rewards terrorists for killing police officials.
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