Monday, June 14th, 2010
Kozhikkode: It’s RSS hidden agenda that is working behind the Karnataka Police’s move to arrest Abdunnasir Mahdani, chairman of People’s Democratic Party, connecting him with Bangalore serial blasts of 1998, alleged Popular Front of India.
While the hindutwa organizations and its leaders are being held for blasts occurred in different parts of the country, the BJP government of Karnataka is trying to change that image by arresting Muslim leader, Mahdani in a blast case, said P Abdul Hameed, general secretary, Popular Front of India.
The fact that Hindutwa people are held for blasts has embarrassed the RSS a lot. The investigating agencies have already arrested sympathizers of Hindutwa ideology, though they have went after Muslim youths at the initial stage in the cases like Malegaon, Nanded, Mecca Masjid and Ajmeer blasts. So RSS is trying to create a wrong image that Muslims are behind the blasts not hindutwa people. That is why they are trying to arrest Mahdani in Bangalore serial blasts case, said Abdul Hameed.
He also alleged that to frame a person in this case only on the basis of confessions of other accused that are in the police custody, was nothing but the abuse of judicial system.
Mahdani was arrested and put behind bars without trail for long 10 years with the help of Jayalalithaa government of Tamil Nadu when she was the part of NDA at centre. With connivance with the Karnataka government, the fascist forces are trying to repeat the same tactics.
Popular Front leader demanded all parties and groups to come forward against this blatant injustice.
It’s learnt that Mahdani’s name was included in additional charge sheet of Bangalore blast case along with other culprits on Saturday.
PDP chairman had alleged that he was implicated in the case by certain vested interests in the IB.
“At the same time, I would try and get anticipatory bail,” he added.
Meanwhile, the state home minister and DGP have denied the reports about the letter from Karnataka police demanding help from Kerala counterparts to arrest Mahdani.