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Action Plan:- Persons to be prosecuted in the case in India
1) Persons in the Ministry of External Affairs
Persons in the Ministry of External Affairs who failed to take action in the UAE Buisnessman's case, as directed by the High Court of Delhi, India. Under the provisions, the permission of the Government of India is needed to file a suit against a foreign country. Our client have been unsuccessful in getting a sanction to pursue remedies in India against the offending State of UAE which is responsible vicariously for the crimes, torts and other illegal actions of its officials.
The officials of the Ministry of External Affairs should feel themselves ashamed of their inaction in protecting the innocent Indians trapped in false cases in the UAE, if they closely rewind and recollect the anxiety, sincerity and promptness of the Ministers of Italy who came to India to help and rescue two of their citizens, the marines of the ship Enrica Lexi, who were actually ‘proven killers’ of two fishermen, near Quilon, Kerala.
It is rather a disgrace that the Government of India, despite a Court directive of High Court of Delhi, did not take any effective action in the matter. (High Court of Delhi, Appellate Civil Jurisdiction: 20/11/1997)
Copies of Letters from the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, Indian Mission, other institutions and personalities has been published here for reference. (View exhibits 10 to 27)
2) Mr. Abdul Jaleel
Mr. Abdul Jaleel, the person to whom a Power of Attorney was given by the victim, to take possession and care of his assets, in good faith, before he was deported to India (in defiance of the orders of the Apex Court). Abdul Jaleel took greater advantage of the unlawful order of deportation issued by Captain Hamad Ahmad, Head of Security Department, Abu Dhabi. Without revealing the factual position of acquittal of the victim by the Apex Court of Abu Dhabi vide its order referred to above. Abdul Jaleel utilized the Order of Deportation wrongly issued by Captain Hamad Ahamad.
The deportation order was produced before the Sub Inspector, Guruvayur Police Station, Kerala. There he told fabricated story that the victim was jailed in Abu Dhabi for criminal offence for one year and that he was a deported person. He has stated he had even settled the ‘losses’ payable by the victim, in respect of the companies at Abu Dhabi. He had purchased his properties in Kerala out of the profit he could make on selling the property he had purchased earlier by accumulating his small savings, afterwards at a high profit. This statement of Abdul Jaleel, forwarded to the High Court of Kerala further defamed the accused. By such a false statement, Abdul Jaleel tried, and succeeded greatly in reducing the status and dignity of the victim.
The story what Mr. Jaleel has given in his ‘statement’ before the High Court of Kerala is absolutely false. The fraudulent and deceiving character have to be exposed and appropriate legal action should be initiated in India as well as in Abu Dhabi for defaming the victim, depriving him of his dignity and also pushing him down to a lower strata of an ex-convict of Abu Dhabi. He should also be proceeded against both in India and Abu Dhabi for defaming and cheating the victim and illegally taking over his assets. View documents: Man with power of attorney, UAE. The accused of stealing funds
3) The Sub Inspector, Guruvayur Police station
The Sub Inspector, Guruvayur Police station – who misguided even the High Court of Kerala presented a fabricated statement of facts, ignoring the truth proved and available in the set of documents presented before him. The greatest fallacy is the false statement given by the Sub Inspector of Police, Guruvayur, that the petitioner was a convict and was put in jail in connection with a case and deported thereafter. Since the truth, verifiable with the Apex-Court judgment is that ‘the victim is innocent and eligible for all compensations…..’ has been suppressed, he could be and has to be proceeded with for ‘defaming’ the victim.
The investigation report of the Sub Inspector, Guruvayur Police station concludes that, the petitioner does not have business institutions in UAE, that, the 'Ramla Electro-Mechanical Est'., do not belongs to the petitioner, therefore, the agency has been closed the investigation as "Mistake of Fact"!. The investgation agency was under the unjust and illegal influence exerted by the accused and his allies working locally. Though the petitioner appeared on numerous occasions on the direction of the police officials, a visibly hostile attitude was adopted by them. Virtually, the petitioner was treated as if he was the accused and not a complainant. As per the laid down principles of Law, the Sub Inspector could be taken to task, by proceeding against misguiding the High Court of Kerala..
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