Muslims & The Men In Khakhi - (No) Crime & Pinishment.

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Mon Jul 27, 2015 6:15 pm

July 22, 2015

Press Statement

The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has issued the following statement:

The Mumbai blasts of 1993 was a heinous terrorist attack killing 257 innocent people and causing injuries to scores of others. It is imperative that the criminals responsible should be brought to book and punished. There is ample evidence that the main culprits have escaped the law with the help of agencies across the border. Every effort has to be made from all fora
available to bring them back to India to stand trial and consequent punishment under law.

In this context, the death sentence of Yakub Memon alone will not serve the interests of justice. Yakub Memon was part of the conspiracy. But, unlike the main actors, he chose to surrender before the Indian authorities and stand trial. He also brought his family back to India to stand trial. He has provided information to the authorities about the involvement of Pakistani personnel in the attack and the shelter given to the terrorists and is therefore also the only witness available to the Government. Yet, he was singled out for the death sentence while the main perpetrators are at large.

It would serve the ends of justice if Yakub Memon’s death penalty is commuted to a life sentence. Even those convicted in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case with the death sentence have had their sentences commuted to life.

The CPI(M) has been in principle advocating the abolition of the death penalty. Hence Yakub Memon’s mercy petition, which has been filed, should be accepted.

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Mon Jul 27, 2015 6:21 pm

Yakub Memon is a minor figure, paying the price of being Tiger Memon's brother. The real culprits are beyond our jurisdiction. The Mumbai bombings of 1993 were a reaction to the dastardly killings under the Shiv Sena. Not one person has faced a death sentence for those killings. Rather the notorious Police Chief Tyagi was rewarded with a Rajya Sabha seat by the Shiv Sena.

The price of Muslim alienation will be high . A minority that is convinced they will never get justice, is a danger to the country.

The contrast will be sharp if the Gujarat High Court sets aside the life sentence of Maya Kodnani, the mass killer of over 100 women and children , in 2002
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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Mon Jul 27, 2015 6:47 pm

ghulam muhammed wrote:Yakub Memon is a minor figure, paying the price of being Tiger Memon's brother. The real culprits are beyond our jurisdiction. The Mumbai bombings of 1993 were a reaction to the dastardly killings under the Shiv Sena. Not one person has faced a death sentence for those killings. Rather the notorious Police Chief Tyagi was rewarded with a Rajya Sabha seat by the Shiv Sena.

The price of Muslim alienation will be high . A minority that is convinced they will never get justice, is a danger to the country.

The contrast will be sharp if the Gujarat High Court sets aside the life sentence of Maya Kodnani, the mass killer of over 100 women and children , in 2002
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Justice or vengeance?

The procedure followed to obtain a death warrant for Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Memon suffers from serious constitutional flaws. If seen through, it will set a very wrong precedent.

There is even less reportage on the multiple legal options available to him, the exercise of which is his constitutional right, and on which the crimes he has been convicted for have no bearing. The widespread sentiment appears to be that this is the end of the road for Memon, though this is far from true.

In Memon’s case, the death warrant that was issued on April 30, 2015 scheduling his execution for July 30, 2015 was unnecessary and invalid in law. The Maharashtra government should have known that Memon still had the option of filing a curative petition. Before proceeding to execute an individual, it is the government’s obligation to ensure that all legal options have been explored. Moving for an execution in a clandestine manner, hoping that the prisoner would not exercise his constitutional options, reeks of vengeance. The fact that the Maharashtra government thought it fit not to give notice of the death warrant proceedings to Memon or his lawyers casts a serious shadow over the manner in which the government sought to proceed on the matter.

Constitutional safeguards allow prisoners on death row, regardless of the offence they may have committed, to exhaust all legal remedies and to be spared hurried, arbitrary and secret executions. Yakub Memon cannot be denied the opportunity to exercise his legal options, and it would be a dangerous precedent to preclude him from doing so. The taking of life by the state must be subject to the highest levels of constitutional scrutiny. To deny someone fundamental rights on the basis of public demands for revenge would cast serious questions over our claim of being a modern constitutional democracy.

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Yakub Memon must not hang, we brought him back: Key RAW man in ’07

'The cooperation of Yakub with the investigating agencies after he was picked constitute a strong mitigating circumstance to be taken into consideration', he said.

Raman headed the Pakistan desk in the Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) when he coordinated the operation to bring back Yakub and other members of the Memon family from Karachi.

“The cooperation of Yakub with the investigating agencies after he was picked up informally in Kathmandu and his role in persuading some other members of the family to come out of Pakistan and surrender constitute, in my view, a strong mitigating circumstance to be taken into consideration while considering whether the death penalty should be implemented,”

“I was disturbed to notice that some mitigating circumstances in the case of Yakub Memon and some other members of the family were probably not brought to the notice of the court by the prosecution and that the prosecution did not suggest to the court that these circumstances should be taken into consideration while deciding on the punishment to be awarded to them. In their eagerness to obtain the death penalty, the fact that there were mitigating circumstances do not appear to have been highlighted,” he wrote.

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Mon Jul 27, 2015 7:16 pm

Eminent persons request President to consider Yakub Memon's mercy plea

A group of eminent jurists, MPs, leaders of political parties and eminent individuals from different walks of life submitted a petition to President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday to request him to consider the mercy plea against the execution of the death sentence of Yakub Memon.

Accompanying the petition is an extract from an article written by B. Raman, who headed the Pakistan Desk at RAW, as to why Yakub Memon should not be hanged.

Among those who endorsed the petition are:

Justice Panachand Jain (Retd), Justice H.S. Bedi (Retd), Justice P. B. Sawant (Retd), Justice H. Suresh (Retd), Justice K. P. Siva Subramaniam (Retd), Justice S. N. Bhargava (Retd), Justice K Chandru (Retd), Justice Nagmohan Das (Retd), Shatrughan Sinha MP, Mani Shankar Aiyer, MP, Ram Jethmalani, MP, Ahatrughan Sinha (MP), Majeed Memon, MP, Mr. N. Ram, Sitaram Yechury, MP, G.S, CPI(M) D. Raja, MP, CPI, K.T.S Tulsi, MP, H.K. Dua, MP, T. Siva, MP, Prakash Karat, CPI(M), Member, Polit Bureau, Dipankar Bhattacharya, General Secretary, CPI(ML)-Liberation, Brinda Karat, CPI(M), Member, Polit Bureau; various academicians, members of the legal fraternity, activists and filmmakers and actors like Naseeruddin Shah and Mahesh Bhatt; and Tushar Gandhi.

The text of the petition by eminent persons urging Stay Against Imminent Execution of Yakub Abdul Razak Memon:

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/e ... epage=true

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Thu Jul 30, 2015 6:35 pm

Pardoning Yakub Memon will be a tribute to Dr. Kalam: Gopalkrishna Gandhi

In an impassioned plea to the President, the former Governor of West Bengal, Gopalkrishna Gandhi, has invoked the late A.P.J. Abdul Kalam's opposition to the death penalty to urge a reconsideration of the rejection of Yakub Memon's mercy plea. Here is the full text of his appeal:

His Excellency

The President of India,

Esteemed Rashtrapatiji.

Namaskar.

At this point in time, when the nation is paying solemn tribute to former President (Dr.) A.P.J. Abdul Kalam whose conscientious opposition to the death penalty is widely known, I urge you to reconsider the rejection of Yakub Memon’s mercy plea. In fact, President Kalam had, as recently as earlier this month, expressed his opposition to the concept of capital punishment. He expressed this opinion to the Law Commission, which has been holding deliberations regarding the desirability and efficacy of the death penalty. It would, I suggest, be a fitting tribute to the humane legacy of President Kalam to grant Yakub Memon his life, for which course there are also other compelling reasons.

It was in 1997 that Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma the President of India, upon an appeal by Mahashweta Devi and other eminent citizens granted reprieve to two boys from Andhra Pradesh, though their own mercy petitions had earlier been rejected by the President’s office. The reprieve in that case came virtually on the eve of their scheduled execution, and established the supreme constituent power of the President of India under Article 72 of the Constitution, to reverse his earlier decision, and heed voices of conscience to commute a death sentence.

Yakub Memon submitted to Indian jurisdiction, when he may quite easily have evaded justice. A respected officer of Indian intelligence has spoken of his cooperation with the law, thus rendering the death penalty completely inappropriate in his case. Former Supreme Court judges have openly said that his execution would be unjust. Public protestations of this nature and from such quarters are rare. They must give us pause, for whether or not there was a secret understanding with Memon that is being disregarded, a doubt would irretrievably be cast on India’s integrity of process if in the face of this, Yakub Memon is executed.

As many as 300 persons from all walks of life including former judges, lawyers, politicians and others have appealed to Your Excellency
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The head of the Indian republic, as President K.R. Narayanan memorably said, is guided by the prerogatives the Constitution gives him, and the privilege of intervention which his vast moral influence confers on him. I understand that this is also the broad position in law as enunciated in the Kehar Singh judgment of the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court.

Less than a fortnight ago, the Law Commission of India held a day long consultation on Capital Punishment. I cannot say what conclusions the Law Commission will draw from these deliberations. I can, however, suggest that this, and other cases where mercy is sought will be understood more fully once the deliberations of the Commission are received.

I am sharing this letter with the press as this is a matter of urgent, general and public interest.

In the confidence that you will consider this representation, I am,

Yours truly,

Gopalkrishna Gandhi

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Thu Jul 30, 2015 6:48 pm

YAKUB MEMON WAS ULTIMATELY SENT TO THE GALLOWS..... HIS FUNERAL PICTURES...

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Thu Jul 30, 2015 7:38 pm

Will perpetrators of Babri masjid demolition be hanged too, asks Owaisi

How many have been convicted in the 1992 Mumbai riots, questions the AIMIM president.

Triggering controversy over capital punishment to Yakub Memon in Mumbai blasts case, AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi on Friday sought to know whether the perpetrators of demolition of disputed structure in Ayodhya, communal riots of Mumbai and Gujarat and other such sensational cases would get a similar punishment.

“Why have not perpetrators of demolition of Babri Masjid been convicted and will they also be given capital punishment as that is the original sin?” the Hyderabad MP said while addressing a gathering here.

Alleging that the recommendations of Sri Krishna Commission have been put in cold storage both by the BJP-Shiv Sena and Congress-NCP governments in Maharashtra, he wondered how many have been convicted in the Mumbai riots of December, 1992 and January, 1993.

“1,000 people (sic) killed in communal riots of December, 1992 and January, 1993. How many are convicted?” he asked.

“Will Sadhvi Pragya, Col. Purohit and Swami Aseemanand, whose name cropped up in connection with Malegaon blasts, would get capital punishment,” he said, adding “this is up to NIA to prove to courts.”

“Rajiv Gandhi and Beant Singh killers have backing of respective political parties, that is why they have not been given capital punishment,” Mr. Owaisi said.

He claimed that the Narendra Modi government did not allow SIT investigating the case of Maya Kodnani and Babu Bajrangi, convicted for life in a Gujarat riots case, to appeal and enhance it to death sentence.

“Maya Kodnani and Babu Bajrangi convicted to life for killing 97 Muslims were given conviction for life and Narender Modi’s government did not allow SIT investigating the case to appeal and enhance it to death. SIT dropped its plans for both Kodnani and Bajrangi,” he alleged.

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Sat Aug 01, 2015 5:14 pm

Shuddhabrata Sengupta's article on the Yakub hanging is the best write up on the subject. The author has looked into our heart and our soul. Muslims must never forget that the best defense for Yakub came from non Muslims, whether writers, lawyers or retired Supreme Court judges.

All That Remains for Us to Consider in the Wake of the Death of Yakub Memon

http://kafila.org/2015/07/31/all-that-r ... kub-memon/

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Sat Aug 01, 2015 5:18 pm

Deputy Registrar of Supreme Court resigns protesting against Memon's hanging

New Delhi, 01 Aug 2015: Prof. Anup Surendranath has resigned as Deputy Registrar (Research) in the Supreme Court of India while terming the execution of Mumbai blast terror convict Yakub Memon as "final nail". In a facebook post just after midnight Friday (31 July), he said: "I have been contemplating this for a while now for a variety of reasons, but what was played out this week at the Supreme Court was the proverbial final nail - I have resigned from my post at the Supreme Court to focus on death penalty work at the University."

Prof. Anup is a faculty at the National Law University, Delhi. He said he would write about the last week SC events related to Memon's case.

"It is in many ways liberating to regain the freedom to write whatever I want and I hope to make full use of that in the next few days to discuss the events that transpired at the Supreme Court this week," he wrote.

Couple of hours after the hanging of Memon on 30th July morning in Nagpur jail, Prof. Anup while commenting on the execution wrote on his facebook page:

"It would be silly and naive to see the events of the last 24 hours at the Supreme Court as some triumph of the rule of law - the two orders at 4pm on 29th July and 5am on 30th July (and the reasoning adopted therein) are instances of judicial abdication that must count amongst the darkest hours for the Supreme Court of India."

He was appointed as the Deputy Registrar (Research) last year in May.

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‘Yakub hanging is justice, wish same zeal shown in 1993 riots cases’: Judge who probed Mumbai riots

Justice Srikrishna said, “It is distressing that instead of being looked at as incidents of crimes, the two sets of acts got dealt with disparately depending on the communal inclinations of the state apparatus.”

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/ ... bai-riots/

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A CHILLING REPORT OF JUSTICE SHRIKRISHNA COMMISSION ON THE BOMBAY COMMUNAL RIOTS OF 1992-93 AFTER BABRI MASJID DEMOLITION WHEREIN HE COMES DOWN STRONGLY ON BOMBAY POLICE FOR THEIR BIASED ROLE IN TARGETING MUSLIMS UNDER SUPERVISION OF BAL THACKEREY AND SHIV SENA

http://caravandaily.com/portal/wp-conte ... report.pdf

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Fri Aug 07, 2015 7:09 pm

Selective Justice and Inconvenient Truths

"The Mumbai blasts seem to be a reaction to the 'totality of events' in Ayodhya and Mumbai in December 1992 and January 1993." Justice BN Srikrishna report.

Justice Srikrishna is spot on: If there were no riots in Mumbai in 1992-1993, there would have been no serial blasts. Like if there was no Godhra train burning there would have been no 2002 Gujarat riots, or if Indira Gandhi was not assassinated, there would have been no anti-Sikh pogrom in 1984. Or we could argue that if the Babri masjid was not demolished, the post-Babri riots would not have occurred; if Indira Gandhi hadn’t ordered the army to storm the Golden Temple, Sikh militancy would have been contained; if the VHP hadn’t undertaken a Kar-Seva in Ayodhya, no train would have been targeted.

Searching for the 'root causes' of any act of violence is fraught with danger. Just how far back will action-reaction theories take us, and do they eventually lead to rationalising violence?

And yet, it is impossible, as Justice Srikrishna points out, to separate the Mumbai blasts from the riots that preceded them. Which is why the narrative over 1993 Mumbai blast convict Yakub Memon’s execution cannot but reflect on the riots as well.

Why did Memon, who by all accounts had set up a relatively successful chartered accountancy firm in Mumbai’s Mahim area (Memon and Mehta, a Gujarati Hindu being his partner), become part of a diabolical ‘Muslims only’ terror plot? Can his transformation be linked to the fact that Mahim was one of the worst-affected areas during the communal clashes? Or that his brother’s office was attacked in the riots, the family received threat calls, and local Shiv Sainiks had warned Muslims in the area to ‘go to Pakistan’?

In the cacophonous television studios, there has been an emphasis on how stringent punishment to Memon will be a deterrent to terrorists and provide closure to the families of 257 victims of the blasts. But few public figures have called for similar tough action against the rioters of Mumbai. More than 900 people died in the violence, but only three people were convicted and given one-year jail terms, one of whom is dead, the others out on bail.

And yet those who do raise their voice and seek justice for the riot victims are labelled ‘anti-national’, ‘presstitutes’ and worse. It is almost as if there is a selective amnesia where Mumbai’s violent journey begins on March 12, 1993 and what happened before is to be conveniently forgotten. And if you do care to remember, then you are accused of being an apologist for ‘terrorists’, as if a rioter with a sword who kills in the name of religion cannot be compared to a terrorist armed with RDX

You can’t have a Mumbai blast verdict being held up as a symbol of zero tolerance to terror even as a number of witnesses turn hostile in cases like Malegaon and Ajmer involving Hindu terror groups. Why should a public prosecutor in the Mumbai blasts case like Ujwal Nikam become a heroic figure while those in the Malegaon blasts are pushed around and threatened? How do you explain a Hashimpura verdict where almost three decades after 42 Muslims were gunned down, no one is held guilty? If those found guilty in the Godhra train burning have been given life or death penalties and remain in jail, why should those who were found guilty in the Gujarat riot cases like Naroda Patiya be out on bail with the state refusing to push for harsher punishment?

Post-script: In 1993, I deposed for three days before the Srikrishna commission. As I was leaving court, a Shiv Sainik accosted me: ‘Don’t forget, Balasaheb is our God, our saviour, no court can hold him guilty.’ He was proven right. The BJP-Sena government in Mumbai junked the Srikrishna report findings. In 2012, Bal Thackeray was given a state funeral by a Congress-NCP government.

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Sun Aug 16, 2015 5:46 pm

Mohammad Yaqub: Another ‘HuJI terrorist’ acquitted after 8 years in jail

Lucknow: One more Muslim youth got freedom from the atrocities of police and intelligence agencies which are supposed to protect citizens of the county. It took eight years for Mohammad Yaqub to come out of jail only due to the conspiracy and false allegations leveled against him by the system. Yaqub was acquitted by courts but after losing his eight precious years of youthfulness. The story and script of freed man Mohammad Yaqub (who hails from Bijnore In UP) is not different from the other Muslim youths who have been picked up by allegedly biased investigative agencies and branded as a module of one terror outfit or the other.

For Yakoob, on June 10 of 2007 all was changed when the Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (STF) picked him up from Nagina railway station and alleged that he was a Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HuJI) terrorist. He was allegedly tortured and made to confess that indeed he was a ‘dreaded terrorist’. Last Thursday, the Special Sessions Court set Yaqub free – the charges against him could not be substantiated by STF. But even as 36-year-old Yaqub walked out a free man again, his precious eight years were lost in the darkness of the Lucknow district jail.

According to Daily Mail, which carries his heart-ending story, “They tried every method to torture me. I was kept without clothes and was tortured in a dark room of STF office in Lucknow’s Mahanagar area. While there were some officers who used to grill me, there were others who were specialists in torture technique. They were capable in making you parrot anything and everything”.

He further narrated his tale saying after relentless torture, he succumbed and signed whichever paper they put before him on the 10th day. “Next day, on June 21, they produced me before the media in which I was asked to say that I was arrested the same day, and that Jalaluddin alias Babu Bhai and Naushad were my commanders in HuJI, and they were in Uttar Pradesh to carry out terror activities,” Yaqub told Mail Today over phone from his village.

“The only excitement in me after my release was to see my seven and-a-half-year-old daughter Mantasha, who was not born when I was arrested. I am back in my village and trying to lead a normal life. But it is difficult. People look at me with suspicion. My friends don’t talk to me and fear that STF will arrest them also. Through the years my house has become dilapidated. I am left with broken walls and the roof. I had 12 bigha of farm land, but the land was abandoned after my arrest,” Yaqub said.

His son Aftab, who was five-year old when Yaqub was picked up, is now 13. His childhood too is shattered. “He was a cheerful child eight years ago. Now he remains silent. Have you seen a 13-year-old remaining silent all the time?” Yaqub asked. “The STF had shown my arrest from Lucknow’s Charbagh railway station,” Yaqub said, adding that the court did question the veracity of that claim.

The judge asked why there was no witness if Yaqub was arrested at Charbagh railway station at around 2 pm, when the entire station was crowded. “Why nobody saw this at the railway station?” asked the judge. The STF also failed to explain what happened to the explosives purportedly recovered from Yaqub. The special judge found the charges against Yaqub to be false and asked STF whether they cooked up the case to steal away a major part of his precious life.

STF sub-inspector Vinay Gautam, who was the team leader at that time, had ostensibly “got confirmed information” that a terrorist was reaching Charbagh railway station on June 21, 2007. “We had arrested him after receiving a tipoff from an informer,” Gautam said.

He had registered a case at Hussainganj police station in Lucknow and showed that Yaqub was carrying 4.5 kg of RDX, three timer watches, three detonators and some batteries. “Yaqub alias Shakir Raza alias Lambu was waiting for two terrorists including India chief of HuJI Jalaluddin alias Amanullah Mandal alias Babu Bhai alias Pintu, and Naushad alias Hafiz at Lucknow’s Charbagh railway station on June 21, 2007. He was arrested first and then the other two were arrested with his help,” Gautam had reported in his case at the police station. He had also stated that Yaqub was trained as a terrorist in Pakistan. He had gone there in 2005 via Bangladesh with the help of Jalaluddin. But Yaqub counters.

“Jalaluddin is from Kolkata. I had never met him before he was brought in front of me on June 21, 2007 during media briefing. Naushad is my distant relative and lives in village Chak-Udaichand, four kilometre away from my village. I didn’t know that he had also been arrested. The STF didn’t know that he is my relative till I told them,” Yaqub narrated.

The judge also observed that the timing of Yaqub’s arrest, the place or the recovery of explosives could not be substantiated by STF. This proved that he was innocent and falsely implicated in the case, said the judge. Yaqub’s visit to Pakistan also couldn’t be established.

Last Thursday, Special Session Court of SAH Rizvi ordered Yaqub’s release as he quietly left for his home in Bijnore.

He says that he has lost courage to venture out of his dilapidated house. “People ask me what I would do against those who not only took away my precious eight years but also my spirit, my desire for life, my wife and my four children’s confidence. I say it will take 20 years for me to return to normal life. Thereafter I would possibly try to think what happened to me and why,” Yaqub added. While Jalaluddin and Naushad have also been found innocent in this case, there are other cases to keep them in jail.

Sometimes back at a conference, former Chief Justice of India Justice A. M. Ahmadi had rightly commented that it was another matter that they (innocent Muslims) might have been released later but once jailed with the label of terrorists it was impossible to wipe it out. They will be denied any job and will be ostracized. They are not adequately compensated. It destroys the life of an innocent person for the mistake of the State’s policeman who without any evidence put him behind the Bars. No action is taken against the police officer for his error; there is no public apology either to restore his image”.

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Convict's letter 'exposes' cops

MUMBAI: The suspected role of the banned outfit, Indian Mujahideen (IM), in the city train bombings, is still haunting the state anti-terrorism squad (ATS). Sajid Ansari (39), one of the 12 convicts in the case, who is lodged at Arthur Road jail, has written a three-page letter, attacking the police for its investigations.

The letter stated that the role of IM, as described by the Mumbai crime branch and Delhi police's special cell, has been ignored in the judgment.

Ansari has been in jail for nine years. A resident of Mira Road, he used to repair mobile phones. The ATS accused him of making electric circuits which were used in the bombs. TOI accessed Ansari's letter through Jamiat-ul-Ulema, a socio-religious body that's providing legal assistance to the train blast accused. "The crime branch had claimed that the blasts had been planned and executed by the so-called IM. Did the crime branch lie? As per the verdict, the crime branch claim falls flat," the letter stated. The crime branch had in September 2008 stated that IM was responsible for all major blasts in the country since 2005.

"The verdict has brought the Government of India, crime branch, Delhi special cell, Mumbai police commissioner and many senior officers under the zone of suspicion. Justice is alive, police morale is high and victims and their families got justice," the letter remarked.

Ansari wrote that going by newspaper reports, it seemed the victims were satisfied. "In fact, they have been fooled. To hide the incompetency of its officers, the government has made us scapegoats," Ansari wrote. The ATS has accused convicts, Mohammed Shaikh and Asif Khan, of using RDX in the 2006 Malegaon blasts case. The ATS had arrested seven youths from Malegaon and named Khan and Shaikh as accused. In November 2011, teh nine were granted bail. In 20013, the NIA arrested Lokesh Sharma, Dhan Singh, Manohar Singh and Rajendra Choudhary for the Malegaon blasts.

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Random arrests of Muslim youths leading to radicalisation: Telangana Police chief

Socio-economic exclusion of Muslims and random arrests of youths from the community in the aftermath of a terror attack are leading to radicalisation among the minorities. This was the running theme of a presentation and discussion on radicalisation at the conference of Director Generals of Police (DGPs) in Bhuj, that concluded on Sunday.

While there were 10 presentations on various aspects of internal security at the annual meet organised by the Intelligence Bureau, the one on radicalisation, presented by Telangana DGP Anurag Sharma, was the most critical in the context of threats from the Islamic State.

According to sources, Sharma said there was a sense of alienation among Muslims as “expected social and economic benefits” had not reached them. He highlighted how areas inhabited by minorities were generally bereft of civic amenities and dearth of economic opportunities. All this, he said, made the community vulnerable to radicalisation.

To illustrate how random arrests of Muslim youths has led to radicalisation, Sharma cited the 2007 Mecca Masjid blasts in Hyderabad. He pointed out how, immediately after the blasts, police arrested Muslim youths who were found to be innocent. The blasts were found to have been executed by Hindu outfits.


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5 Men arrested after 2006 train blasts acquitted by Mumbai court

Mumbai: City’s crime branch received a setback when a local esplanade court in the city acquitted all five persons who were arrested soon after serial blasts in Mumbai’s local trains in July 2006.

In its crack down after serial blasts, Crime branch had arrested these persons for being members of banned organisation SIMI and alleged them to be involved in unlawful activities.

Court examined total eleven witnesses and acquitted all accused due to lack of evidences to prove their association with banned organization and their indulgence in any unlawful activities.

After acquittal, defence lawyers Ishrat Ali Khan, Tahwar Khan Pathan, Jamal Khan, Satyaram Gaud and Aftab Qureshi claimed that the police falsely implicated these men and planted articles that were shown to have been seized from the accused.

Maulana Nadeem Siddique, secretary of Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind, Maharashtra (Mahmood Madni group), expressed satisfaction over the acquittals and said, “This increases our resolve to continue to defend falsely implicated Muslim people in terrorism cases”.

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Stop random arrests of Muslim men on IS pretext: Muslim organisations

Six Muslim organisations have come together to denounce the Islamic State (IS) as “unIslamic” and “terrorist” but have also exhibited concern over what they called a conspiracy to target and arrest educated young Muslim men under the “pretext of IS”.

This, they apprehend, is a ploy to create terror among the community, which will create a problem for the country in the long run. “Arrest of innocent Muslim youths on one hand, and steps for release of the accused in big Hindutva terror cases (on the other), prove that the ruling party is implementing its communal agenda and its slogan of ‘sabka saath sabka vikas’ was a mirage,” the organisations said Monday.

The six groups are Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, Ahle Hadees, All-India Majlis-e-Mushawarat, Milli Council, and the Welfare Party.

Alleging that there appears to be a motive behind demonising the community, S Q R T Ilyas of All-India Muslim Personal Law Board and Welfare Party said Home Minister Rajnath Singh had said at a counter-terror conference held in March last year that there was no IS in India. “What explains the vacillations since,” he asked. “Has one year suddenly made most educated young (Muslims) suspects?”

The group claimed that in 2014 only 18 of 141 people apprehended were chargesheeted, and the remaining 123 were found innocent.

Most of these people, too, would probably be released by higher courts, they said, alleging that young men from the community are picked up randomly and charged with being either terrorists or sympathisers.

They made seven demands of the NDA government, including “full expose of the Hindutva terror network uncovered by slain (Mumbai Police) ATS chief Hemant Karkare, and cases brought to light by admissions of Swami Aseemanand”. Thy also demanded formation of a panel to work as “watchdog” and look into cases of arrests made on “mere suspicion”.

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Unread post by anajmi » Tue Feb 09, 2016 6:50 pm

Forget about the hindus. The shameful thing is that some "muslims" or idol worshippers in muslim garb do the exact same thing. There are some right here on this board like qutub_mamajiwala that label muslims who talk about Islam and Quran as being the same as ISIS.

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Tue Feb 09, 2016 7:17 pm

I have observed that Bohras have an inherent built-in hatred against Sunni Muslims which makes it difficult for them to differentiate between Sunnis and Wahabis/Salafis., thanks to their corrupt clergy who have succeeded in injecting a heavy dose of venom into their system. Hence they paint every Sunni with the same brush as they have zero knowledge of comparative study of religion.

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Unread post by qutub_mamajiwala » Wed Feb 10, 2016 2:43 am

anajmi wrote:Forget about the hindus. The shameful thing is that some "muslims" or idol worshippers in muslim garb do the exact same thing. There are some right here on this board like qutub_mamajiwala that label muslims who talk about Islam and Quran as being the same as ISIS.
no one talks of Quran and islam as being same as isis. in fact it is the opposite way around.
it is shit ideology of tamiyya as same as isis. which u conviniently call as quran and sunnah.

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Unread post by anajmi » Wed Feb 10, 2016 9:27 am

Actually what I call Quran and Sunnah is nothing but Quran and Sunnah. You call it other names because of your ignorance. And we have seen examplrs of that ignorance right here where you said bikini was hijab as per the Quran. Even the most ardent enemy of islam will agree that this is not what the Quran teaches. The level of your ignorance about the matters on which you speak is astounding.

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Unread post by qutub_mamajiwala » Thu Feb 11, 2016 4:54 am

well ur level of understanding of my post regarding bikini also shows ur understanding.
acutally it shows the understanding of taimiyyyas ideology, --sorry

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Unread post by qutub_mamajiwala » Thu Feb 11, 2016 4:57 am

taimiyyas understanding of quran is to take verbatim - literal meaning of quran without seeing the bigger picture and the context.
cant blame him coz he had no brains in first place to understand it.
and the followers are doing the same.

same like ur understanding of my post of bikini, without seeing the bigger picture or understanding the context in which it was said.
cant blame u actually
what can be expected from foolish taimiyyas follower

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Unread post by anajmi » Thu Feb 11, 2016 6:58 pm

You saw the bigger picture and saw a bikini instead of the hijab right?

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Unread post by qutub_mamajiwala » Sun Feb 14, 2016 4:43 am

yes i saw it.
any problem?
1000 times better than to imagine and lust while seeing burq clad. and having forceful sex with infidel and marital rapes.
all in the name of following taimiyya in the garb of quran and sunnah

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Unread post by anajmi » Sun Feb 14, 2016 12:25 pm

So your choices are
1) Imagine and lust while seeing burq clad (sic)
2) forceful sex with infidels,
3) marital rape, or
4) wife and daughter in a bikini.

That's it? You have only these weird choices? A sad state of affairs!!

Well, if I had only these choices, I would choose wife and daughter in a bikini too. But by the grace of Allah I have more choices. I feel sorry for you!!

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Unread post by qutub_mamajiwala » Mon Feb 15, 2016 3:15 am

thats the difference u see it now?
even if i didnt had choices, i would not select from them.
and u quickly jumped to bikini--thats it --tamiyyaa ideology--dont give choice to women
and take them as sex slaves

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Unread post by qutub_mamajiwala » Mon Feb 15, 2016 3:35 am

anyway it was never between u and me
but about ideology.
feel sad that tamiyya ideology reduces people to personal levels.

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Unread post by anajmi » Mon Feb 15, 2016 11:28 am

Well, I only jumped to the bikini that you saw in the big picture. So you are the biggest creepy follower of taimiyya ideology who wants women to roam around in Bikinis. That is it. Now every time you say something I am going to say - "You are the biggest follower of taimiyya ideology who says that bikini is hijab according to Quran". After everyone of your post I will say the exact same thing.

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Unread post by qutub_mamajiwala » Tue Feb 16, 2016 2:22 am

coz u dont have any better things to say apart from shouting quran,sunnah shirk
now u have got one more thing.
keep it up
i am enjoying.