Friday, February 05, 2010

INDIA: Please immediate support to Mr. Abdul Rahman survivor of Bazardiha police firing for his further treatment

Mr. Abdul Rahman s/o Mr Abdul Badd resident of house no. N 13/1202, Lamhi Sarai Surjan, Bazardiha, under jurisdiction Bhelupur, Varanasi. Abdul Rahman is among one of the eight injured survivor's of police firing happened on 11th March, 09. The FIR lodge against the alleged perpetrator case no. 122A/09 under section 302, 307, 147,148, 149, 504, 506, 337, 295, of Indian Penal Code. The case of Bazardiha police firing is already under consideration of NHRC in case no: 52089/24/72/08-09.

Previously in the letter Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi demands for the (1) To provide compensation to the families of the deceased and injured persons. (2) To direct National authority to order state & district authority for the fair investigation by the independent agency such as state CBCID. He further added in his demanded for the implementation of Section D of Prime Minister's New 15 Point Programme for Welfare of Minorities and letter was sent to appropriate authority. Mr. P. Chitambaram, Minister of Home Affair took cognizance on the petition.

Only soon after the incidence Mr. Abdul Rahman got medical treatment on the mercy contribution of the community people and even till today. He is languishing life on other as he often got lunch from his neighbour house and even looks other for his rest of food. As the bullet pierced through his left thigh and turned him into a physical wreek. Please see the photos:

PVCHR with RCT provide psychological support through testimonial therapy and medical support. Mr. Abul Rahman was diagnosed in Al-Noor Trauma Clinic and he was referred to Institute of Medical Science (IMS), Banaras Hindu University (BHU) for the further treatment. On 4th February, 2010 he was diagnosed in IMS, BHU enrollment no. 3227 registration no: 2483/10 and doctor suggested for bone grafting and the total expense for the treatment will be one lakhs (one hundred thousand) rupees. "After hearing the huge amount for the treatment, I felt very bad from inside and I lost my hope and thought now I have to spend my life on the generosity of others. If I get medically support, I'll be again stand on my leg and start on my own self," says, Abdul Rahman

Therefore it is kind request to direct state authority to provide immediate medical support to Abdul Rahman to continue his further treatment and allotment of BPL (red) ration card to sustain article 21 of the Indian constitution.

 Please contribute for the further treatment on the given below bank detail:



Name of bank

UCO bank

Address of Bank

Pandeypur, Varanasi, U.P India

Bank account number

(Foreign contribution)


Bank account name/beneficiary

Jan Mitra Nyas Trust






Please see the given below link for further information: 


IMS prescription

Shakil prescription

Response From Home Minister of India

FIR lodge against the alleged perpetrators

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