New Delhi, Oct 3: The Dadri incident of lynching father of Indian Air Force technician has made the government alert about communal violence. But, whats more interesting, is that the Indian Air Force had stepped in to provide all the possible help to the family. The Air Force Chief Arup Raha on Saturday said that senior official have been sent to the Bishada village and are trying to move the family into a safer place. (Also Read: Post Dadri lynching, media attacked in Bishada village; Arvind Kejriwal to meet Akhlaq’s family)
Talking to the media persons, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha said, “We are trying to help the family to move into a safer place. Our senior officers have already reached the place.” He ruled out that the an official letter would be sent to the state government regarding the sad issue. Raha said, “Already the government has ordered a probe into the matter. As per we are concerned, we do write letters to district collectors and state governments. We are looking into the matter and will soon take do the needful. But right now, we are securing the family by moving them into a safer place.” (Also Read: Dadri Lynching: Mohammad Akhlaq’s son writes to state government; says family doesn’t want political visits)
Mohammed Iqlakh, 55, was beaten down to death, while his 22-year-old son Danish son was critically injured by a mob which barged into their house following rumours that the family had consumed beef, on Monday night. Iqlakh’s other son, Sartaj, who serves in the Indian Air Force as technician in Chennai had demanded punishment for the murderers of his father. “Those arrested murdered my father. I want to know the reason for which they did this to him. They should be punished so that none from the village would dare to such deed in future,” he said. (Also Read: Mahesh Sharma terms Dadri killing accident; victim’s kin plan to move)
Though political blame game and politicians visit have been on since the lynching incident, family of kin living in the village have demanded that politicians visit should be restricted, as these types of visit increases more pain. Union Minister Mahesh Sharma, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) leader Asaduddin Owaisi and Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal have visited the family.