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NEW DELHI: The Times Now expose on the Samjhauta Express blasts has created ripples across political

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    Samjhauta Express blasts: UPA ‘cover-up’ questioned

    NEW DELHI: The Times Now expose on the Samjhauta Express blasts has created ripples across political circles with Union law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad pointing fingers at the shoddy investigations conducted under the UPA government and floating of the "Hindu terror" theory.

    The report telecast on Wednesday revealed how Pakistani suspects, who had allegedly planted bombs on the train, were let off without proper investigation.

    Pointing to the expose, the law minister said, "It is very shocking and painful, a completely new dimension is being added to Samjhauta blast."

    The law minister hinted that the entire "Hindu terror" angle was planted, while the real terrorists from beyond the border went scot-free. "On whose orders were these Pakistani suspects released? Was there some suspicious move to change the nature of investigation because it was projected as Hindu terrorist movement?" he asked.

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    The Times Now sting showed how Pakistani citizens arrested by Indian authorities were discharged within 14 days even though they were suspects in one of the bloodiest terrorist attacks on Indian soil.

    The disclosure was made by Gurdeep Singh, who was the first investigating officer (IO) assigned to probe the Samjhauta blasts of 2007 that killed 68 innocents.

    According to the investigating officer's statement, Pakistani citizen Ajmat Ali was identified by an eyewitness as the possible planter, but was freed within 14 days after preliminary quizzing. Singh hinted at "directions from seniors" to discharge the suspects who had been described as "shrewd and deceiving".


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    Samjhauta blast: SIMI man’s narco test ‘nails’ Pak angle
    Madhavdas Gopalakrishnan| Times Now | Updated: Jul 25, 2017, 09:31 AM IST

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    • Former Simi chief admitted on tape that Samjhauta Express blasts were carried out by those trained in Pakistan.
    • He names Simi operative Adbul Razzak as the person responsible for the explosions.
    Nagori named Simi operative Adbul Razzak as the person responsible for the blasts that killed 68 people in 2007.

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    A video of the narco-analysis interrogation of Safdar Nagori accessed by Times Now shows the former Simi chief and terrorist admitting on tape that the Samjhauta Express blasts were carried out by those trained in Pakistan. He names Simi operative Adbul Razzak as the person responsible for the explosions that killed 68 people on February 18, 2007.

    The video shows the interrogator asking him, "Who ordered the Samjhauta blasts?" Nagori answers, "Abdul Razzak did this. He is from Indore. He told me, 'You cannot do anything, you are a politician now.' He would say, 'You have retired from SIMI. They give you money and you keep eating and drinking.' He once told me, 'You have become a politician, you cannot do jihad, you need a quality life. I will do something or the other now.'"

    When asked about Razzak's contacts in Pakistan, Nagori says, "He has relatives in Pakistan." Nagori adds, "Abdul Razzaq used to say he could do this on his own. He was in SIMI, he was with Misbah ul Islam Calcuttawala. Abdul Razzaq, he said he could do it on his own. He was SIMI incharge of Indore."
     
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    Who wanted to shield pakistan to toss up Hindu terror theory.
     
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    Samjhauta Express blasts: Investigations under UPA govt questioned

    New Delhi: TIMES NOW had exposed on Wednesday how Pakistani suspects, who had allegedly planted bombs on the Samjhauta Express on February 18, 2007, were let off without proper investigation under the UPA government. The expose has taken the political paradigm by storm with Union law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad questioning the slapdash investigations conducted under the UPA government and floating of the "Hindu terror" theory.

    In relation to the report, the law minister said, "It is very shocking and painful, a completely new dimension is being added to Samjhauta blast."

    The law minister hinted that the entire "Hindu terror" angle was planted, while the real terrorists from beyond the border went scot-free. "On whose orders were these Pakistani suspects released? Was there some suspicious move to change the nature of investigation because it was projected as Hindu terrorist movement?" he asked.

    TIMES NOW's expose showed that the Pakistani citizens arrested by Indian authorities were discharged within 14 days even though they were suspects in one of the bloodiest terrorist attacks on Indian soil.

    Read: Court issues summons to 13 Pak witnesses in Samjhauta blast case

    The disclosure was made by Gurdeep Singh, who was the first investigating officer (IO) assigned to probe the Samjhauta blasts of 2007 that killed 68 innocents.

    According to the investigating officer's statement, Pakistani citizen Ajmat Ali was identified by an eyewitness as the possible planter but was freed within 14 days after preliminary quizzing. Singh hinted at "directions from seniors" to discharge the suspects who had been described as "shrewd and deceiving".

    These details have also been mentioned in the investigating officer's deposition to a court just 12 days ago. Punjab police had arrested Ajmat Ali from Attari Station after the twin blasts as he did not have valid papers. He was handed over to Haryana police for interrogation. The remand application accessed by Times Now clearly suggests that Haryana ATS had reasons to be suspicious of the detained suspects.

    The Haryana police mentioned in its report: "He used the false name of Rajesh Khanna and fake address of Patel Nagar, New Delhi, to find out from 24/01/07 to 30/1/07 which is a crucial period for the bomb blast, we need to interrogate him".

    However, it is yet to be revealed who were the "seniors" who pressurised Singh to ensure Ajmat's freedom and is there a direct link between Ajmat's release and floating of the Hindu terror theory.


     
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    Big Expose: Did UPA Govt Released Pakistani Citizens To Frame Hindus In Samjhota Express Case ? Times Now Report
    June 21, 2017 Internet HINDU Anti Hindu Khangress, Islamic Terrorism, Samjhota Express, times now
    Usually, arrested Pakistani citizens are left languishing in Indian prisons for years without charge. Hence, it comes as a major surprise that two Pakistanis who were staying in India illegally were discharged within 14 days after being arrested in connection with one of the bloodiest terror attacks on Indian soil.

    The startling disclosure has been made by the first investigating officer assigned to probe the Samjhauta Blasts of 2007 that killed 68 innocents.


    TIMES NOW has accessed the investigation officer’s deposition to a court submitted just 11 days ago. In his deposition, Gurdeep Singh admits that he was asked by seniors to discharge the suspects who had been described as shrewd and deceiving.

    Initially, the UPA government had said that the blasts were the work of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and the attack was later pinned on Hindus after floating the saffron terror theory.

    TIMES NOW has also accessed the remand applications in which it is clearly mentioned that the initial investigators from the Haryana ATS had reasons to be suspicious of the detained suspects.
     
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    Everyone and their dog knows that IB and RAW had clearly mentioned this the handiwork of ISI trained lackeys. That the UPA deliberately twisted it, is clear.
     
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