The crime branch of Assam Police has arrested Mohammad Abbas Bhat alias Syed Abbass for allegedly making offensive comments about the widow of martyr Sunil Kalita.
Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawan Sunil Kalita, was martyred in an attack by Maoist rebels in Seraikela-Kharswan district of Jharkhand on May 28, 2019.
A three-member team of Assam Police in cooperation with the Jammu and Kashmir Police arrested the Kashmiri youth from Kulgam district on Tuesday. An FIR was lodged at the Kamalpur Police Station under Section 507 of the IPC and Section 57 of the Information Technology Act, 2000.
As per reports, Mohammad Abbas Bhat was arrested last week by a team of Assam Police with the help of its Jammu and Kashmir counterpart. He was brought to Assam on transit remand.
Mohammad Abbas Bhat had allegedly posted offensive comments on Kalita’s wife Padumi on a Facebook page while she was saluting her slain husband during the last rites on June 15, 2019.
Kalita was first admitted to the Bhagwan Mahavir Medica Super Specialty Hospital in Ranchi.
Later he was transferred through air ambulance to Delhi AIIMS for better treatment. Along with him, two other soldiers from Assam were injured.
Reportedly, Sunil’s right leg was amputated at Mahabir Bhagawan Medical Super Specialty Hospital in Ranchi and left hand amputated in Delhi AIIMS. While his colleagues Mijanur Rahman and Nitul Barman alleged that due to lack of proper treatment and negligence in the Ranchi Hospital Sunil lost his life.
Sunil Kalita had joined in Guwahati and his training was done at Allahabad and Sri Nagar in the year 2012-15. In 2015, he was posted at Khulti District, in Jharkhand under the in CoBRA battalion which is about 20 km far from Ranchi.
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