RANCHI: Family members and relatives of Mohd Kalam Ansari, 46, of Namkum who claimed that he lost both his legs when he was kidnapped, staged a protest in front of Raj Bhavan seeking police action and arrest of one Muntazir Ahmad Raza, a land broker, who allegedly was one of the abductors.
“The terrible event was a turning point in my life, as I lost both my legs and am now I am unable to work. I am unable to earn because I lost my job as a contractor because of this disability. In September, we filed a complaint against the suspects at the Angara police station, but no action has yet been taken against the accused,” Ansari said.
According to the protesters, Ansari was kidnapped on September 26, 2022 and he was found unconscious near the Sitadih railway track under Angara PS.
Munera Khatun, wife of Ansari, said, “We received a call from an unknown person informing us that Ansari was lying unconscious beside the railroad tracks in Sitadih. When he regained consciousness at Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, he could identify one of the suspects, and claimed being kidnapped, therefore we filed a First Information Report (FIR) at the Angara police station on September 27, 2022. Even after six months since the case was filed, no action has been taken.”
Khatun further said that the accused was threatening their family to withdraw the case. “We are living under threat because the kidnappers are roaming free,” she said.
Officer in-charge, Angara PS, Brajesh Kumar said that an FIR was registered and investigation is underway. “The case is under investigation, and we are examining all aspects from our perspective. We, too, are confused by the victim’s contradictory statement.”

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