The Murder Of Rizwanur Rahman

I am almost certain that he was murdered. The Indian police have a long history of filing charges of abduction and forcible marriage against young grooms in cases of elopement.

In one such case, in 1994, the goons in uniform illegally detained and tortured a young bride, in order to force her to renounce her marriage. Fortunately, the story had a happy ending. The Supreme Court stepped in upon being approached, and granted her compensation and gave the goons what was due to them. Despite a judgment like this, former Kolkota Commissioner and moron, Prasun Mukherjee, had Rizwan persecuted by his goons. I hope that the CBI nails his sorry ass to the wall.

Here is a picture of former Kolkota Police Commissioner, Prasun Mukherjee:

You can read about it here: Arvinder Singh Bagga v. State of U.P-1994. The Rizwanur Story With A Happy Ending
Earlier this year (2007), Justice Dhingra had ruled that: A Minor can elope to save her love: Justice Dhingra
Priyanka and Rizwanur were not minors. So what gave the police the right to persecute them? Worse, Prasun Mukherjee, walked away from the press conference when faced with a bunch of questions:

Questions For Prasun Mukherjee

Can the netizens and citizens of Kolkota file a contempt of court petition against this moron and his goons for willfully ignoring orders of the Supreme Court of not harassing young couples that choose their partners ?

Here is the link to the full story:

You can catch up on developing news about Rizwanur here:

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1 Response to “The Murder Of Rizwanur Rahman”


  1. 1 Life's Elsewhere October 31, 2007 at 7:05 am

    Yours is an extraordinary site. Blogrolling you.
    For the past one month my rather personal blog has turned into a site fully dedicated to the Rizwanur Rehman cause. Inviting you to visit (check the right sidebar).
    Or start from here: Life…is elsewhere, not here: Rizwanur
    or here: What Rizwanur’s death means to me
    Thanks and regards.

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