5 bomb blasts in Mathura’s Kosikalan at late night to frighten Hindus.

published on June 2, 2013

Hindu Existence Media Bureau | Mathura | 31 May 2013 :: The callous Uttar Pradesh Govt. is now totally failed to protect the safety and security of Hindu citizens in UP. The Muslim operators in the UP Govt. are now involved in a nasty game to frighten Hindu populace by the subversive elements connected with different fanatic groups including HuJi. The pro Muslim ruling party lead by Mullah Mulayam Singh and the Chief Minister, Akhilesh Yadav, son of Mulayam, both are trying to give an open patronage to the Islamic fundamentalists in many way. Some days before Akkhilesh Singh tried to drop out all cases against two HuJI operators connected with 2007 serial blasts in different courts in UP. Afterwards the UP Govt. extended a 6 lakh rupee support to the family of such a HuJI operator died recently in jail custody very mysteriously. Not only that now this insane Govt. is contemplating to drop out another 15 cases against Muslim terrorists under a very nefarious conspiracy to boom the Islamists in Uttar Pradesh. Not only that, under a pressure of Barelvi Sect, Akhilesh has also appointed Mohammed Tauqeer Raza Khan, a non-elected Muslim cleric in a post in a status of a State Minister (Senior adviser in Handloom Department), who is connected with so many riots and communal incidents against the Hindus of Uttar Pradesh. Most probably, now such elements are attacking the Hindu areas of Kosikalan, an outskirt of Mathura, a holy Hindu pilgrimage.

Mathura’s Kosikalan area shook by 5 bomb blasts at Thursday late night injuring many and spreading panic in the locality. No death is yet reported. Police are yet mum about the blasts while situation remains tense. It is notable that last year, same area had faced communal riots on 1st June. Residents of the area think that the blasts were done to mark the day of communal violence. The area where blasts occurred is a Hindu majority one.

Residents of the area were angry as the Police reached the area only after midnight.

Some eyewitnesses say that the bombs were thrown by the culprits who came on Motorcycle and speeded away.

First blast occurred at Bharat Milap Chowk at 8.17 pm. Next three blasts followed within next four minutes at Lathi Bazar, Batasha Bazar and Baldev Ganj. One of these blasts occurred in front of Sanjay Agrawal’s house.

Last blast occurred at around 10.57 pm in front of Ramadevi’s house in Gopalnagar. The house bore the brunt of the blast. One Shri Mahesh Soni who was present at the site told a local news paper Amar Ujala, that his family just went to sleep when the blast happened.

Tension grabs Kosi Kalan
When the fifth bomb blasted in Gopalnagar, 60 year old Shankar ji was sleeping outside his house nearby. He ran in panic to find safety while the area filled with the fiery smoke after the blast.

People tried to calm one-another as the police failed to reach the area till late night. Some injured people were rushed to the hospitals by the local residents.

There was an explosion in a house near Delhi Gate area, while the occupants of the house were trying to make bombs with some Muslim miscreants some days back. IB and other agencies ran blank on clues after few days and no further intelligence was available about the plans of the miscreants.

Yesterdays blasts are to be blamed on this intelligence failure, the residents of the area say.

Another remarkable thing is, the PAC that was stationed in the area after the tensions, was sent to Hathia yesterday, when some tensions erupted there. Was there a design behind these two incidents, is the question remains to be answered.

The newspersons visiting the blast sites late night noted that the police presence was minimal even after the blasts, despite the widespread speculations from couple of days about the possible trouble around the anniversary of the last year’s Kosi riots. The locality is considered as highly sensitive one, but even the entrance from nearby highway was left unguarded by the police. It seems that the police downplayed the warning signs and the public speculations about the mishap. Police teams and a PAC battalion reached the area after 12.40AM in the midnight according to Amar Ujala report. SSP RKS Rathaur was leading the police team. Yet he or any other officers did not talk to the newspersons present.

In June last year, four persons were killed and 16 others injured after communal clashes broke out in Kosi Kalan, about 45 km from Mathura, reportedly after a pedestrian used water meant for some religious purpose. [Input from News Bharati, Niti Central, Amar Ujala, Mahuaa News & NDTV].

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