Posts Tagged ‘Samjhauta Express’
The residents of Malegaon have urged the government of Maharashtra to name the road on which the September 29 blast took place as ‘Shaheed Hemant Karkare Road’ after former Anti-Terrorism Squad chief Hemant Karkare, who was killed in the November 26 Mumbai terror attack.
As chief of Maharashtra ATS, Karkare was probing the 2008 blast where a bomb planted in a motorcycle left outside Abdul Ansari’s office killed six persons on September 29. Residents of this bereaved town, 285 km northeast of Mumbai, are now pushing for the 500-metre stretch to be named after Karkare. Karkare’s killing is said to be a targeted assassination meant to stifle the uncomfortable revelations of the blast probe that echoes across a cross-section of over four lakh Muslims who make up 70 per cent of the residents of this textile town.
ISLAMABAD, Jan 21: India’s Minority Affairs Minister A.R. Antulay, who has been criticised by the right-wing Hindu leaders for seeking an inquiry into the murder of Anti-Terrorist Squad chief Hemant Karkare, has won endorsement for his stance, says a report.
The New Delhi-based Radiance weekly said in its editorial “Antulay is right: Investigate Karkare’s murder” that “most of the TV channels played on sentiments and are not concerned with truth.”
Indian Police charge sheets Col Prohit. The stunning and chilling disclosures clearly establish links between Hindu radicals and Israeli Mossad to take control of Indian federation. Our analysis is further proved with the Indian Police charge sheet against Hindu Zionists and their sinister plans against their own country and above all against Muslims of India and Pakistan.
Read Full Report | Indian Express
To PM Gilani: Your New Talking Points On Mumbai
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan—Mr. Prime Minister, your national security adviser has screwed up big time. His strange moves and actions prove that people appointed by President Zardari have brought Pakistani diplomacy down to its knees in the past six weeks. This was by design and not just incompetence.
Your prompt action of sacking Mr. M. A. Durrani restored the confidence of Pakistanis.
His crime is engineering his leaks in a way that make everyone think that Kassab’s links to Pakistan confirm Pakistan’s culpability in the crime.
This, as we show you below, is not the case.
Durrani’s Sacking Reveals How Pakistan Is Penetrated At The Top
M. A. Durrani was busy leaking information to embarrass Pakistan internationally. He was part of an influential group in Islamabad that worked overtime to ensure Pakistan accepted blame for Mumbai and initiated action against the military and ISI without verifying the so-called evidence. Mr. Durrani says his leaks had the blessings of President Zardari. Who are they working for? Alarmingly, Pakistan’s security stands breached at the highest levels in the capital, where shady individuals are working for foreign interests with impunity. It is time for a major purge to cleanse Pakistani government and politics of foreign assets. Mr. Durrani should be debriefed as to whose interests he was serving in his sensitive position.
Read Full Article | Ahmed Quraishi
Why is the Zardari government acting so apologetic and condemning Pakistan in the process? We don’t trust the Indians and they don’t trust us. That’s the way it is. The Mumbai attacks are not about the identity of Kassab. It is about how he reached there and how the attacks conveniently meet the interests of anti-Pakistan elements in India. It is time Pakistani officials started asking India the tough questions and expose what New Delhi is hiding from its own people.
After a long time, AR Antulay has spoken, and he has shaken the Mumbai Police version of the 26th November terror attack.
If there is a question mark over who sent Karkare literally to his death, and this is what the Minority Affairs Minister essentially said, than there is a question mark about Kasab’s statement that Ismail and he killed Hemant Karkare, Vijay Salaskar and Ashok Kaamte — which means there is a question mark over the entire Police version of the 26th November attack as such.
Dan Qayyum | PakistanKaKhudaHafiz.com
We reported yesterday how Interpol questioned the lack of evidence provided by India, mirroring Pakistan’s official stance.
Despite harping on about having given Pakistan proof – the reality is that the ‘evidence’ so far presented amounts to ONE letter, a confession statement given to the police, which wouldn’t even be accepted as evidence in Indian courts as per the Indian Penal code.
Did ‘Kasab’ even write this letter?!
JANG has revealed some interesting facts about the letter handed over to Pakistan by India, allegedly written by Ajmal Amir Kasab (Qasab/Kasav/Ajmal Amin/Mohammad Ajmal).
Indian diplomatic staff in Pakistan distributed copies of the letter to selected journalists, and requested them to ‘try and prove that Ajmal belongs to Pakistan’. Some of these journalists have had close links with Indian missions in Pakistan and abroad.
The letter itself is dated ‘December 19th’ – which is weird considering the Indian media had been reporting about this letter since as early as December 13th. (We have been able to locate this news report from the 15th talking about the letter)
Additionally, the letter (written in Urdu script) contains atleast 3 words which are Hindi.
Sources say there are a few other interesting mistakes in the letter which will be revelaed ‘at the appropriate time’.
Jang also reports that Pakistan plans to take a strong position internationally and discredit Indian claims by revealing the contents of this letter.
Despite repeated requests, India has FAILED to provide ANY real evidence linking any Pakistan national to the attacks in Mumbai. Could it be because there isn’t any to begin with?
Their attempt to attribute a confessional letter to the captured terrorist has fallen on its arse. Not to forget the letter wouldn’t have stood in any court anywhere in the world as evidence anyway.
Is this another case of Hindu Extremists carrying out mass murder and pointing the finger at Pakistan, as they did with Samjhauta Express and Malegaon? Both of those were initially blamed on Lashkar-e-Taiba and the ISI. Wonder where the ATS chief who investigated those terrorist attacks is now.
Oh thats right, he was conveniently shot dead along with his team as soon as the Mumbai drama began. But that is something you can’t dare question in the Great Indian Democracy™.
Afterall, Hindu Terrorism is a myth, don’t you know?