By Dr Shahid Qureshi – :
The Indian Prime Minister Narandera Modi could be arrested in the Britain for the war crimes, genocide, and murder of innocent civilians in Gujarat. He could be arrested under the following British law. He is starting his visit next week. The arresting individual could do by informing him.
Mr Narrainder Modi: I am exercising Citizens Arrest and arresting on suspicion of murder and genocide of civilians, criminal damage, Grievous Bodily Harm (GBH), Actual Bodily Harm (ABH).
”You (Mr Modi) do not have to say anything. But it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned something which you later rely on in court. Anything you do say may be given in evidence.”
There is enough evidence available with human rights and legal bodies that Mr Narainder Modi is responsible for the mass murder and genocide against the Muslim of Gujrat. He has cause criminal damage to the properties, injuries and murder.
Mr Modi has created a new god in the religion and that is arms and guns.. He was seen worshiping guns, AK-47 and machine guns.
Tony Blair arrest –
“The latest attempt to make a citizen’s arrest on former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is saluted by campaigner Peter Tatchell, who was beaten unconscious in his attempt to apprehend President Mugabe.”
“In January 2014 former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair was subjected to an attempted citizen’s arrest while dining at a London restaurant, but he managed to placate the man by discussing the Syrian conflict. The former prime minister was approached by Twiggy Garcia, a bar worker, during a meal with family and friends at the fashionable Shoreditch restaurant Tramshed.
Mr Garcia told Mr Blair that he was making a citizen’s arrest because he was a “war criminal” who had launched an “unprovoked war against Iraq”. He then asked Mr Blair to leave the restaurant, which is owned by the British chef and restaurateur Mark Hix, and accompany him to the police station.”
“This is the value of citizen’s arrest powers: they grant ordinary people the right to arrest the bad guys when the forces of law and order fail to do so. Too often the rich and powerful use their influence to evade justice. The right of citizen’s arrest gives the un-rich and un-powerful the means to make sure they don’t get away with it.
The citizen’s arrest statute dates back to medieval England and common law. It is today enshrined in the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984. Every citizen has the right to perform an arrest if they have evidence that a person has committed a crime.
Since the Mugabe bid, I’ve plotted similar attempts on George W Bush, Ariel Sharon and Tony Blair. Alas, the security ring was too tight. But others have had a go. In 2008, journalist George Monbiot tried to arrest John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the UN. Two years later, in Canada, there was an attempted citizen’s arrest of George W Bush. Also in 2010, Ed Balls MP faced an arrest bid by Democracy Village peace protesters for his support of the invasion and occupation of Iraq.
Citizen’s arrests are about citizen’s power. They are an essential element of a democratic judicial system. Long may they continue?
The law of citizen’s arrest starts with the premise that detaining another person is unlawful in itself. In England and Wales, the power to detain a person suspected of involvement in criminal activity is a statutory power laid down in section 24A of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1974.
(Dr Shahid Qureshi is senior analyst with BBC and editor of The London Post. He writes on security, terrorism and foreign policy. He also appears as analyst on Al-Jazeera, Press TV, MBC, Kazak TV (Kazakhstan), LBC Radio London. He was also international election observer for Kazakhstan 2015 and Pakistan 2002. He has written a famous book “War on Terror and Siege of Pakistan” published in 2009. He is PhD and also studied Law at a British University)