Exclusive/ 14 killers of the old “Patek Jalali” case of Khuzestan were saved from retribution – rahnam

According to rahnam news agency Ahvaz, The property disputes between the two clans that have been living in 11 villages of Bagh Melek and Ramhormoz in Khuzestan intensified since the late 1980s, and with the passage of time, as the knot of these disputes became blind, occasional conflicts between the clans turned into blood and murder.

During these clashes, about twenty people were killed, and according to Ghaseminejad, the prosecutor at the time of Ramhormoz, only for the clashes of 1995, 8 retribution orders were issued.

Killings and sometimes serious bodily injuries were not the only outcome of these conflicts, but in many cases, some families were forced to move from their places of residence due to severe conflicts and attacks on the houses of the parties to the conflict.

Due to the intensification of these conflicts, the judicial, law enforcement and security officials entered the issue and besides controlling the situation to prevent the occurrence of new conflicts, they tried to solve the differences of these clans in a radical way.

In November 1400, one of the most important judicial cases of the province was resolved during the visit of Hojjat-ul-Islam Mohseni Azhei, the head of the Judiciary, to Khuzestan province. After seven years of bloody conflict between 2 clans of Petak Jalali village, Baghmelk, Khuzestan province, which resulted in the death of 18 people, retribution, injury and displacement of several families, a meeting was held with the presence of provincial and local officials and elders of the two conflicting parties and the tribe of Membini by order of Mohseni Ajei. became.

The efforts of Rish Safidan and provincial and even national officials to end this dispute continued until this July, the heads of these clans read a joint statement in a ceremony attended by 500 people from both clans with the aim of ending the disputes and final peace. And peace and reconciliation was declared.

Before that, on June 31, 1402, with the deployment of the predicted forces, 70 families from the Mohammad Musaei clan returned to their places of residence without the slightest conflict, and by providing services such as the establishment of water, electricity and gas branches, they settled in their places of residence after eight years.

In parallel with these measures to stabilize peace in the villages, the legal measures of the judicial authority were underway to bring the cases to a conclusion with the least marginal consequences. 14 people who committed murder during these conflicts in the past years, were waiting for the execution of the sentence that was issued for them.

But the judicial system, besides dealing with crimes and violations legally, tries to create peace and compromise between the parties of the cases, even murder cases, in which the active peace and reconciliation teams tried with multiple capacities to prevent the execution of the sentence by obtaining the consent of the parents.

Hojjat-ul-Islam Abdul Hamid Amanat Behbahani, the head of the Khuzestan Dispute Resolution Development Center, in an exclusive interview with the rahnam reporter in Ahvaz, said about the results of the organization’s efforts in this case: “In the Patek Jalali case, all the different agencies were really at work and worked hard so that the results of these efforts are here.” It ended that 14 people who should have been retaliated with the passing of their parents were saved from retribution and released.

According to Amanat, the efforts to prevent the execution of the punishment of these convicts went so far that none of the parents’ families received a ransom for expressing their consent.

According to rahnam, the village of “Patak Jalali” is located in Midavoud district of Baghmolek city in the north of Khuzestan and 150 kilometers east of Ahvaz. In this village, 250 households with a population of two thousand people live, most of whom are engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry.

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