Haryana man accused of rape found dead; Family points fingers at CIA

HARYANA: The family of Munfaid Hussain, a 30-year-old rape accused from Khadkhadi – alleged in a written complaint to the police that his son was called to Rewari by officials of the CIA (Central Investigation Agency, Haryana) to meet them. They allegedly promised him that all “false” cases registered against him would be closed if he agrees to work for them.
Hussain, a young boy from Khadkhadi village in Nuh district of Haryana, slain on September 16 is mired in controversy, with the family of the deceased alleging that he was killed in cold blood. The police have however rubbished the allegation.“In order to avoid everyday harassment by the police, the deceased father and father-in-law advised him to do whatever the police are asking him to do,” said a fact-finding report prepared by the members of Citizens Against Hate (CAH) that visited the victim’s village and met his family and friends.

On the morning of September 16, the victim’s father was informed that his son was shot at Kala Pahad Ki Ghatti at Tauru-Nuh road at around 2-3 a.m. “He then went to the mortuary of Nuh Hospital, where he identified the body of his son,” said the report.

The father in his complaint has alleged that the CIA officials “conspired and murdered” his son. “However, in a blatant attempt to cover up the incident, the FIR lodged by the police is not based on the complaint given by the victim’s father. It is, in fact, based on the statement given by one Inspector Mastana, a CIA official, in Nuh, Haryana,” the report alleged.

The FIR (no. 0358, dated September 16) has been filed at Tauru police station in Nuh district under Sections 302 (murder) and 201 (causing the disappearance of evidence of the offence or giving false information to screen offender) and Section 25 of Arms Act, 1959, against unknown persons.