Two Indians missing in Kenya killed by cops: Report

Two Indians missing in Kenya killed by cops: Report

According to an aide to President William Ruto, two Indian technical experts who went missing in Kenya in mid-July were murdered by a special unit of the state police.

Former COO of Balaji Telefilms Zulfiqar Khan and another Indian national Mohammad Zaid Sami Kidwai went missing more than two months ago after leaving a popular club in an affluent residential neighborhood of Nairobi.

Both Khan and Kidwai were in Kenya to join President William Ruto’s election campaign information and communication technology (ICT) team.

“Asante Sana (thank you very much) President Ruto for disbanding the DCI elite unit. It was a unit that was literally used to kidnap, assault, cripple and kill innocent people. who supported Ruto’s election as president. Zaid was one such person,” Ruto’s aide Dennis Itumbi said in a Facebook post.

“Zaid and Ahmed were just nice people who became my friends and in the process got attached to some people on our team,” he said.

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Earlier, police officials said that CCTV footage has been obtained from the abduction site to trace the missing. A section of local detectives were also taken into custody to help with the investigation.

The detained officers were ordered to hand over a file with their findings on the missing case to a new team of Kenyan media.

Itumbi said in the post, “Evidence shows them getting into the cab, minutes later, a vehicle, used by the ROGUE DCI unit, blocked the cab. Zaid and Ahmed were dragged into the car. Theirs Cab driver too.”

Last week, the Indian government said it was in constant touch with the Kenyan authorities and was also closely monitoring the disappearance of two civilians in Kenya since mid-July.

Addressing the weekly press, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said Zulfikar Ahmed Khan and Zaid Sami Kidwai have been missing in Kenya since mid-July and the government is closely monitoring the developments.

“Soon thereafter a police complaint was filed there. This was followed by a habeas corpus petition in a Kenyan court,” Bagchi said.

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