SM Fasiullah for BeyondHeadlines
The ghost of Ishrat Jahan is yet to grab by collar all culprits of her “fake encounter”, meanwhile other ghosts (who were wrongly killed) seem to have awoken to haunt perpetrators of pseudo terror attacks and fake encounters.
In a shocking revelation, the ghosts seem to have alerted the culprits who designed and executed any pseudo terror attacks and fake encounters. The ghosts seem to firmly believe that truth always wins and justice prevails.
According to a national newspaper, an Indian Home Ministry former officer revealed that a member of the CBI-SIT team had accused incumbent governments of “orchestrating” the terror attack on Parliament (2001) and Mumbai (26/11).
R V S Mani has reportedly said that Satish Verma, who was most recently part of the CBI-SIT probe team, told him that both the terror attacks were orchestrated “with the objective of strengthening the counter-terror legislation (sic)”.
Mr. Mani has earlier signed the affidavits submitted in the Court in the Ishrat Jahan “fake encounter” case as Home Ministry under-secretary.
Mani was quoted by TOI as saying that Verma “…narrated that the 13.12. 2001 (attack on Parliament) was followed by Pota (Prevention of Terrorist Activities Act) and 26/11 2008 (terrorists’ siege of Mumbai) was followed by amendment to the UAPA (Unlawful Activities Prevention Act).”
This shocker arrived at a time when two of India’s top secret agencies, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Intelligence Bureau (IB), have locked horns over the Ishrat Jahan “fake encounter” case.
While this disclosure may escalate the already vicious fight between the two agencies, it could also give the ruling government led by Congress and opposition BJP sleepless nights ahead of general elections. The Parliament attack took place when BJP-led NDA was ruling and Mumbai attack happened during UPA-ruled period.
The latest revelation, just after the Ishrat Jahan encounter case twist, is potential enough (once proved) to open the lid of Pandora’s Box – which could not only bring down Congress but also wreck BJP’s backbone; as people may loose faith in these two major political parties and the system.
Commenting on the disclosure, Chairman of the Rihai Manch Advocate Mohammad Shoaib said that human rights activists, senior journalists, retired police officials and concerned citizens were skeptical of these two incidents from the beginning.
Adv. Shoaib requested honorable Supreme Court to take a serious note of this disclosure regarding the Parliament attack and the Mumbai siege, and issue inquiry order for the same online casino.
Meanwhile, scams, riots, pseudo terror attacks, fake encounters, floods (Uttarakhand), rising prices of basic commodities, and so on are a huge burden for citizens and tax payers of this country. If not checked timely, a change becomes inevitable. In these circumstances a Tweet by Arundhati Roy looks relevant: “Either way, change will come. It could be bloody, or it could be beautiful. It depends on us.”