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Sep 18 2013

Cllr Husain Akhtar Complains about iharrow.com

husain_akhtarPram overturned, toys everywhere.

Local councillor, and possible shadow portfolio holder for the Hokey Cokey, Cllr Husain Akhtar has lodged a complaint against iharrow.com with Harrow Police, claiming harassment, presumably for all the articles we’ve produced about him and his antics.

Incredible, huh?

It will come as no surprise to most of us that the Police, having had a look at the site, have reached the conclusion that no crime has been committed. Which is almost a shame, given that Akhtar provided them with a rather natty little file filled with clippings of us saying what he probably thought were mean things about him.

[pullquote align=”left” textalign=”left|center|right” width=”30%”]Akhtar provided them with a rather natty little file…[/pullquote]It’s also odd that the complaint was submitted shortly after Cllr Zarina Khalid complained about him harassing her – an act that makes very little sense. Surely, these things go on a tit-for-tat basis? Maybe, of course, Akhtar was trembling with rage that we’d linked him, the Harrow Council for Justice and Akhtar’s own computer together.

Or maybe it was the way we reported his and the HCJs activities against Cllr Zarina Khalid.

Or maybe… well, there’s more than a couple of things that Akhtar has done that we’ve disagreed with.

Wealdstone residents should be wary – this is the man seeking election for that ward next year, unless the wind change direction first, of course, in which case, anything could happen.

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1 comment

  1. Praxis Reform

    I’ve never completely understood this Cllr Akhtar business. And I suspect I may have been one of the first to find his political schizophrenia distasteful. However, if Harrow is lucky enough to have a councillor that proves politics isn’t just show business for ugly people, I don’t think anyone could see that as a bad thing.

    The key lesson here that Cllr Akhtar needs to learn is that whatever ward he eventually decides to stand for, the residents will want a councillor that fights for them, *not* with them.

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