Now this will make Congress really sad …… they were soooooo unhappy when NHRC gave a clean chit to the Delhi cops …..

 

‘Boys killed in Batla House were part of Indian Mujahideen’

 

The Delhi police may have been right after all to go ahead with the encounter at Batla House. If the confession of Mohammad Noushad, one of the accused in the Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru serial blasts is to be believed, then the boys who were killed at Batla House were infact a part of the Indian Mujahideen which created panic across the country in form of serial blasts.

Soon after the blasts in Delhi which killed over 20 persons, the police picked up intercepts through the Intelligence Bureau that there were some boys hiding in Jamia Nagar. The boys were killed in an encounter which in turn created a flutter among some rights groups claiming that the encounter was fake.

However, the complete confession of Noushad tell a different story. He said that he was in touch with Riyaz Bhatkal, the IM boss who is originally from Karnataka.

The moment the news of the encounter broke out and the pictures of the boys appeared on news channels and other dailies, Bhatkal is said to have told Noushad in a sad tone that these were his boys.

Noushad further claims in his confession that all the boys killed in the encounter were known to Bhatkal and these were the same boys who had helped execute the Delhi blasts.

Noushad also speaks extensively about the role played by a man called Sufi Mohammad in the blasts that rocked Delhi. Sufi according to Noushad had brought in the explosives from Kerala into Delhi and the same was used in the blasts.

Investigating officials told rediff.com that there was an unusual pattern involved in the serial blasts that rocked Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Surat  and Delhi. All the bombs were made in Hubli, Manipal and Kondotty and then transported to the rest of the country.

Each one set up shop in these respective places and in all prepared over 30 bombs. The real requirement according to the confession of Noushad was 50 bombs, but due to technical problems they were unable to prepare the remaining 20 bombs.

The Indian Mujahideen had originally planned on using at least 20 bombs in Mumbai  and carrying out blasts. However that plan had to be dropped for two reasons.

A majority of the IM men were nabbed by the Mumbai crime branch before the plan was executed. Secondly, the plans could not be executed since the consignment could not be reached on time as there were technical flaws while preparing the bombs meant to be used in Mumbai.

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A probe is not a probe unless the outcome is favorable to the Congress. Such was the case in the famous Mangalore pub attack. Congress is unhappy and dissatisfied when minorities are blamed by probes – be it SIMI, Afzal Guru or Abdul Nasser Madani. They are excited if the possibility of Hindus as terrorist is raised as is the Malegaon blast case. Off course nothing excites them as much as the possibilitiy of cornering Narendra Modi for the Gujarat riot.

 

Cong not satisfied with NHRC probe in Batala House incident

 

Lucknow, Jul 26 : The Congress is likely to ask for another round of probe by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) after the aggrieved parties blamed that their views were not taken during investigation.

”I have been conveyed that the NHRC probe did not take the views of the aggrieved family members, which is a very serious matter”, said Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh here today.

Talking to reporters here, he said the party was not satisfied with the NHRC probe and would certainly take up the issue with concerned people and there was possibility that the probe could be re-done.

Recently, the NHRC probe vindicated the encounter by the Delhi Police in the Batala House area where the family members of the deceased blamed that it was a clear cut murder.

In another issue, Mr Singh appealed to all the secular parties to continue their support to the UPA government to prevent the communal forces from gaining any ground.

His appeal was on the reaction to the threat of the Samajwadi Party to withdraw their support from the Centre.

The Congress leader strongly refuted the charges that the party was going slow against the BSP government or he was closely attached to Samajwadi Party General Secretary Amar Singh.

”We never believe in match fixing,” was the only comments he made on these charges.

 

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Batla House encounter: Cops get clean chit.

It happens again and again. Thanks to our irresponsible media, our hapless security forces are regularly demonized by drawing room journalists and columnists. And if it happens to be minority ‘victims’, either Muslims or Christians, due to the prevailing minority-appeasing, divisive politics in the country, the media is also joined by the vote bank oriented politicians and their pseudo-secular right activists friends. They all make their own analyses, select their culprits (if not security forces then must be a Hindu group),  and all but hang them without any iota of regards to truth.

Clean chits are given after all the damage has been already done.

But never will a word of apology or regret come out from these media and political personnel.

Just in recent times, we have seen this in Gujarat, Khandamal, Shopian and now the Batla House cases. 

Only ‘shame on media’ is not enough. We need stricter accountability laws and its implementation.

 

Batla House encounter: NHRC gives clean chit to cops

 

New Delhi: National Human Rights Commission(NHRC) on Wednesday gave clean chit to Delhi Police in Batla House encounter case in which two suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorists and a decorated police officer were killed last year.

The NHRC, which had conducted inquiry in the case on the direction of the Delhi High Court, said in its report that there has been no violation of human rights by actions of police in which two alleged terrorists were gunned down on September 19, 2008.

“We are clearly of the opinion that having regard to the material placed before us, it cannot be said that there has been any violation of human rights by action of police,” the Commission said in its 30-page report submitted in a sealed envelope to the High Court.

The Commission after conducting the inquiry came to the conclusion that police action was protected by law and there was no human rights violation.

The report filed by the Commission said that the action taken by police in which two persons died “is fully protected by law and there is no need for further inquiry in the case.

“Since there was no violation of human rights, nothing further is required to be done by the Commission,”it said.

“There is ample and sufficient material before us which leads to the conclusion that there was imminent danger to the life of members of police party,” the NHRC said.

The High Court had directed the Commission to conduct he inquiry after questions were raised on the conduct of police in the encounter by some NGOs and social activists.

The Court had on May 21 asked the NHRC to complete within two months its inquiry into the controversial encounter case in which Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma, an encounter specialist, had succumbed to bullet injuries.