In the last article about the saga in the Pattni household. This site highlighted the story of one Harish Ramniklal Mawjee who was hounded by his ‘brother’ on trumped up charges and taken to Parklands Police Station.
The family said that they held him (Harish) hostage at Parklands Police Station from 14:00 hours on Saturday 28 September 2019 to Tuesday 1 October 2019 without granting him cash bail.
They took him to Milimani Law Courts on Monday 30 September 2019 in the morning, kept him there until the afternoon and didn’t file anything.
Thereafter, they took him back to Parklands Police Station and refused him cash bail. The next day, on Tuesday 1 October 2019, due to pressure from human rights organisations and other authorities they presented him at Milimani Law Courts in the morning where he was finally given bail.
Persecuted Harish Mawjee
Mr. Harish is not in good health, as is known to Damji. It appears Damji wanted him dead by ‘natural causes’.
Over the four day ordeal, he wasn’t allowed to see his family, he was deprived of sleep and food and medication on the correct intervals and therefore he was rushed to Aga Khan A&E as soon as he left the courts at around 16:00 hours.
Mr. Harish’s Health
Mr Harish Ramniklal Mawjee underwent a neuro surgery on the 31 January 2019 at the Aga Khan Hospital Nairobi after collapsing in the bathroom at home in the early hours of the morning.
He is still recovering from that procedure and is also hypersensitive and extremely diabetic. Anymore days in unlawful custody would have caused him to perish in the cells at Parklands Police Station.
This process has been highly unconstitutional and is a complete abuse of power by the police. It seems that Harish Ramniklal Mawjee, is a victim of powerful mafia like business magnates and corruption. This is unjust.
We know that the Kenya Police is the topmost corrupt govt agency, but they shouldn’t allow to kill an innocent man.
Justice for Harish! Justice for Humanity! Because today it might be Harish, tomorrow it might be you.
Let’s not keep quite and let this atrocity go on unabated.
This is not the time to keep quiet.
Justice for Harish. Speak up Kenya.
Don’t allow this man to crucified by the corrupt!
Raise your voices!
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