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Larger Conspiracy Behind My Daughter’s Murder: Rabia Saifi’s Father

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Nishka Srinivas Veluvali –

Published on: November 24, 2021 at 17:30 IST

Sameed Ahmad, father of Rabia Saifi, the 21 – year old Civil Defence volunteer with the Delhi government who was murdered, has filed a Petition demanding the Court monitored CBI probe into the Murder Case, before the Punjab – Haryana High Court.

The Petition stated that the Murder took place as a part of a ploy to cover up the “factum of indulgence of Civil Defence personnel of Government of NCT of Delhi in corruption under the grab of enforcing COVID appropriate behaviour among public.”

“The 21-year-old deceased who had joined the force recently became privy to the above referred practices and resultantly, got acquainted with some high rank officials. The recovery of her brutally mutilated corpse therefore cannot be seen in isolation from the factual position, especially when her senior Ravinder Mehra was arrested by Delhi Police just a day prior to Rabia’s disappearance from her office at District Magistrate, Amar Colony, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi”the Plea claimed.

The Petitioner asserted that the First Information Report (FIR) filed at Suraj Kund Police Station, Faridabad is completely false and manipulating the facts in order to conceal the truth.

With regard to the same, it stated that the FIR was filed in Haryana though the incident took place in the territorial limits of Delhi.

The Petition alleged that Rabia was handed over huge sums of money, to keep safe in her custody, by her superiors, which they would acquire from her later. Further, on the Plea claimed that there has been intentional seclusion of the injuries in the post mortem report of Rabia.

The Petition was filed before Punjab – Haryana High Court through Advocate Ajay Kalra and will be represented by Advocate Mehmood Pracha. The Petition was primarily filed before Supreme Court but later was consigned to the Jurisdictional High Court. The Plea is reportedly to be heard on Wednesday by the Punjab and Haryana High Court.