Family of Bilal Ahmed Kawa, held for Red Fort attack, alleges conspiracy

Red Fort Attack Case Bilal Ahmad Kawa's Mother Says Delhi Police Framed Her Son No FIR Against Him Claim J&K Police

They are forcing people of Kashmir to pick up gun, says Bilal Ahmad Kawa's family

Saturday condemned the arrest of Bilal Ahmed Kawa of old city by Delhi police and Anti-Terrorism Squad of Gujarat Police in connection with the 17-year-old case of attack on Red Fort.

She, along with other family members, blamed the media for projecting an "innocent" man as a terrorist. He also owns a house in Delhi.

A relative of Kawa, Zubair Ahmad said Kawa is innocent and was not on run.

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The family held a demonstration on Friday in Srinagar's Lal Chowk and sought his "immediate release". "We will find out the facts of the case", said Mr. Khan.

She said on January 19, her son Bilal was travelling to Delhi undergo medical check-up as he was having high cholesterol level.

The Indian Express reported that Kawa told the police that he had changed his location frequently since the attack but was living in Kashmir for the time being. "Are masterminds of attacks given Aadhaar cards?" said his relatives. "Now my son is being framed in a fake case". "This is totally baseless that he had come to perform a major attack ahead on January 26".

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She said Ahmad was carrying household and food items when he was picked up by the police at the airport. After his arrest, police told us that he will be released and asked us not to tell anyone about his arrest.

Bilal's cousin asked that if police were looking for him, how come he managed to get all sorts of documents on his own name. His house was located near a CRPF camp and he could have been arrested from there anytime. There are eight lakh troopers. "He has no links with anything", said Ms. Jan, adding, "The family said he was never absconding".

He also said, "They are forcing people of Kashmir to pick up gun, like they forced PhD scholar Mannan Wani and Burhan Wani".

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