Nisha Hari is 16 years’ old daughter of Jitendra Hari and a student of Ananda Sundari Vidyalaya at Deshbandhunagar in Baguiati. She is a resident of Dakshin Math Subhaspalli in Hatiara under the jurisdiction of New Town police station in North 24 Parganas and is known as a modest girl in the vicinity. She went to the school on 8th October and had not returned to her home. The worried family was aghast over the absence of their daughter but left no stone unturned searching for her in all directions but no success has been attained. It has been learnt after lots of inquiries that Nisha has purportedly eloped with Mohammed Imran who is middle-aged and also the father of two children. Imran is the son of Mohammed Islam and living in Hatiara Ghuni and is a cab driver by profession. Local people consider Imran to be highly proficient in enticing girls and exploiting them thereafter. It appears that Nisha is his latest victim. Albeit Nisha’s father went to the police station of Baguiati on 9th October with a few people, they had to remain content through filing a general diary No. 536 dated 09/10/2013. It appears that an important reason for police inaction is that the Sub-Inspector at the police station due to Abdul Kalam had tried his best to protect Mohammed Imran from the law. Nevertheless, he failed ultimately as locals went the police station in throngs and forced the police to file a First Information Report (FIR number 520/13 dated 09/10/2013 under sections 363 and 366 of Indian Penal Code). Hindu Samhati activists had phoned the Block Development Officer (BDO) of Rajarhat and thanks to his assistance, they met Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (ADCP – Airport Branch) along with Jitendra Hari who has assured them of all possible help. The appalled family is having sleepless nights at the moment in search of their beloved daughter.
Hindu Samhati regularly monitors and reports violations against Hindus in West Bengal. We also work with both governmental and NGO agencies for proper education on protection and ensure remedies to the Hindu populace as per prevailing law of the land.