Congress leader protected Indian Mujahideen Terrorist; General secretary apologises to Jihadis

via HK published on February 5, 2010

New Delhi: It has been disclosed that deadly Indian Mujahideen terrorist Shahzad Ahmad from Azmagarh, the notorious Jihadi epicentre in UP, was protected so far by a Congress leader in Bihar and sheltered by a RJD MLA in house in Noida after his escape from Jaminagar from Batla encounter.

According to Shahzad, after escaping from Batla House, he found refuge in a RJD MLA’s house in Noida. With the police and intelligence agencies hot on his heels, he claimed he was subsequently provided shelter and financial help by a Congress leader from Bihar and a Mumbai-based politician.

Mean While Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh visited the house of terrorists in Azmagarh as per the instructions of Sonia and Rahul. The visit was to make sure Jihadi votes will be secured in next elections to congress.

The BJP on Friday sought an explanation from Congress president Sonia Gandhi and party leader Rahul Gandhi over their party general secretary Digvijay Singh’s statement that his visit to families of Batla house encounter accused at Azamgarh had the approval of the two leaders.

Digvijay had visited Azamgarh and raised question over the genuineness of the encounter that took place after the serial blasts in New Delhi in September 2008. “Congress has, in fact, given respectability to terrorism by sending Digvijay Singh to Azamgarh. This vote bank politics will undermine the country’s efforts in fighting terrorism,” said BJP spokesman Prakash Javadekar.

Delhi Police’s special cell is now grilling Ahmad for details of his
role in the September 13, 2008 blasts that rocked the capital. For whom the Police are wasting their precious time by grilling these Jihadis if the ruling Government itself is not bothered about these gruesome attacks and death of innocent citizens?

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