A family’s experience with the police.
Terrorism by Govind Krishnan V.Sep 04, 2013
They broke one of Obaid-ur-Rehman’s fingers during interrogation. He told me
that when I met him in jail. It looked so bad that I doubt if the finger can
ever be fixed.
—Journalist Muthi-ur-Rahman Siddiqui, who was released after six months in jail
on charges of being part of an LeT sleeper cell in Bangalore
On the morning of August 30, 2012, Obaid-ur-Rehman, a third year B.Com
student, left his house in Hyderabad, telling his family he was visiting some
friends. Evening arrived b
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Govind Krishnan V.
is a former staff reporter at Fountain Ink.
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