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Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Victim of grooming jihad found after 10 years in Malappuram, daughter’s fate unknown

A grooming jihad victim named Simikumari (42), a native of Pandalam in Pathanamthitta, went missing ten years ago and was recently found living in Malappuram. Back then, Pandalam police registered a case on the complaint but couldn’t ‘locate’ the victim. A recent investigation by Pandalam Sub Inspector S Sreekumar found that she was a grooming victim.

Simikumari has been missing since the morning of May 6, 2012. This case was also included in the list of unsolved cases after Kerala police could not find her in the preliminary investigations. Along with Simi, her daughter was also missing. The lady left her son with his father and went with her boyfriend.

Police now say that Simi was trapped by a grooming jihadi named Hanzil (38), a resident of Haripad in the Alappuzha district. Simi became close to Hanzil while working in a private firm in Pandalam. Recently, Simi was found working in a supermarket in Perinthalmanna, Malappuram.

Hanzil took Simi and her young daughter and went to Malappuram. Later, she converted to Islam and became Sania. Simi aka Sania lived with Hanzil for nine years but separated due to ‘unknown’ differences. The fate of her vulnerable daughter remains unclear.

Police received information about Hanzil while trying to find Simi. When police investigated, someone told them that Hanzil works in Punalur. After separating from Simi, the grooming jihadi worked at a jewelry firm near Punalur in the Kollam district. When Hanzil was caught and interrogated, he told the police that Simi alias Sania was in Perinthalmanna. 

Later, the cyber cell found the woman’s phone location in Perinthalmanna. Police located Simi in the rented house in Perinthalmanna. The woman testified that while working together at Pandalam, she went with her colleague Hanzil, converted to Islam, and adopted the name Sania.

One might wonder why Kerala police waited so long to track mobile locations. Well, everything that happens in Kerala happens for a reason. Consecutive governments have promoted such crimes by assuring police inaction for so long. Communists now enjoy the benefits of the vote bank politics of the radical Islamists. Many now refer to the state as mini-Kashmir, where Hindu voices remain stifled. Simi’s case is suspected to be a pawn in a bigger game.

Since there are no reports of Hanzil’s arrest, it is safe to assume that he is a free man. Kerala does not have anti-grooming and anti-conversion laws. Nothing gives radical Islamists more pleasure than using a ‘Kafir’ lady for sexual purposes, converting her to Islam, and then ditching her. Hindus are happy they finally got their sister back alive from the clutches of Islamists.

Political experts now feel it is the end of the road for Pinarayi Vijayan, and his son-in-law Mohammed Riyas is ready to take over the reins. Vijayan recently toured Europe with his daughter Veena Riyas and spent time at the ultra-luxurious Grand Hyatt hotel in Dubai. The noose is now tightening in the Lavalin bribery case, and central agencies are investigating the gold smuggling scam. There are allegations that significant personal financial transactions were ‘handled’ during this trip.

Hindus in Kerala are upbeat when Kerala police resolve cases like Simi’s. They also expect Vijayan’s exit but underestimate the great downfall that awaits them. Riyas is a cruel leader with several criminal cases pending against his name. He reached Europe even before Vijayan arrived. Incidentally, his wife, Veena, is embroiled in many cases herself. Meanwhile, the local BJP leaders who should be vigilant now are busy fighting among themselves.

Last week, Vijayan attended the Chintan Shivir called by Home Minister Amit Shah. Vijayan even lectured the attendees against custodial torture and shamelessly urged the central government to release funds to ‘modernize’ Kerala police. As per political leaders in Delhi, Vijayan asked the home minister for compassion regarding how major agencies are investigating him, but Amitji did not reply. Vijayan sulked, did not attend the meetings on the second day, and returned to Thiruvanathapuram empty-handed.

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