New Hyderabad Mayor – An accused in criminal cases- Sad Day for Hyderabad

The Majlis party had a historic opportunity to have their mayor after 20 years and this is what they came up with, to shame the city of Hyderabad.

The new mayor of Hyderabad, Mohd.Majid Hussain is being touted as the youngest Mayor in the country. At the same time, it is a pity that out of 43 corporators the MIM could not come out with the name of even ONE person with a clean record.  The current mayor is an accused in 7 criminal cases including attempt to murder. Does it reflect the state of affairs in the MIM Or is it a warning to what the city must brace up to ?

A sad day indeed for the historic city of Bhagynagar ( Hyderabad). A historic opportunity wasted by the MIM.

News Items on the issue

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/hyderabad/New-mayor-faces-seven-cases/articleshow/11356980.cms

City’s first citizen Mohammad Majid Hussain is an accused in seven cases, including an attempt to murder, criminal assault and intimidation. All these cases have been registered at the Humayun Nagar police station in whose jurisdiction his Ahmednagar residence is located.

As per the case (crime number 38/2011) registered at the Humayun Nagar police station on January 20, 2011, Majid Hussain was booked under section 353 (assault or use of criminal force to deter a public servant from discharge of his duty) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for stopping police from conducting searches and vehicle checking at 1st Lancer. Subsequently, when Hussain approached the high court the investigation was stayed.

On February 6, 2011, a group of assailants attacked one Syed Altaf with knives and iron rods at Ist Lancer. Altaf suffered injuries in the attack and police booked an attempt to murder case (crime number 38/2011) under section 307 of the IPC against the assailants, who directly participated in the attack, and also Majid Hussain, who was suspected to be the conspirator. In this case, except Hussain, all the other accused have been arrested by the Humayun Nagar police.

Similarly, on November 4, 2011, based on the directions of a local court, the Humayun Nagar police had booked a case against Majid Hussain under sections 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 352 (assault or criminal force otherwise than on grave provocation), 355 (assault or criminal force with intent to dishonor a person) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC. The case was booked after Shaik Mannan Sayeed, a local PRP leader, approached the court with a petition alleging that local police had not responded to his complaint against the Ahmednagar corporator. The petitioner alleged that during the Rachabanda programme at Ist Lancer in 2011, Majid Hussain had abused and physically assaulted him.

Apart from these three criminal cases, police said four petty cases were booked against Hussain for creating nuisance and threatening people, including a gas agency dealer in the locality, under section 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC, 70 – B and 71 of the Hyderabad City Police Act

Deccan Chronicle : Incidentally, Mr Majid Hussain has some cases pending against him with the Humayun Nagar police, including an attempt to murder case. Mr Majid Hussain is accused No. 11 in an attempt to murder case that was booked on February 6, 2011. The complaint was lodged by one Syed Altaf after an alleged fight in a hotel in Ahmed Nagar division. Another case under Section 353 is pending against him for obstructing a government officer from discharging legal duties. According to the police, Mr Hussain obstructed an inspector from levying challans and performing frisking operations.

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