Jamiatul Falah director meets Azamgarh SP, sends memo to UP CM

By Mumtaz Alam Falahi, TwoCircles.net,

New Delhi: The authorities of Jamiatul Falah, a reputed seminary in Azamgarh, have started knocking at the door of administration and government in search of the two Kashmiri students who have been reportedly picked up by UP ATS four days back from Kaifiyat Express at Aligarh Railway Station.

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Maulana Tahir Madani, Director, Jamiatul Falah on Sunday met Superintendent of Police of Azamgarh seeking information about the boys. The SP has assured them to do all to find out the boys.

Talking to TCN over phone, Maulana Madani said: “The SP said he has no information about the detention. He has not been informed by any police or agency. He, however, assured us that he will do his best to find out the boys.”

Two Kashmiri students of Falah, Mohammad Waseem Bhat and Sajjad Ahmed Bhat had boarded Kaifiyat Express on 23rd May to visit Delhi where their elder brother was to come for treatment. But as the train reached Aligarh junction next day morning, ATS sleuths entered the general coach and picked the two boys. They are since traceless. Both were cousin brothers hailing from Sopore in Baramulla district of J&K.

Maulana Madani also sent a memorandum through fax to Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav urging him to take the matter seriously.

“I have told him our boys are missing for last four days. While media reports say they were picked by UP ATS from Kaifiyat Express on 24th May morning, neither parents, nor madrasa authorities have been informed by the UP ATS. They boys have not been presented in any court either. I have urged him to ensure safe release of the boys,” Maulana Madani said.