Deadly Terrorist set free

via HK published on August 1, 2007

COIMBATORE: Deadly Islamic Terrorist Abdul Nasser Madhani, 14th accused in Coimbatore blast cases was set free here by the special court.


Special court convicted 53 accused, including S A Basha, founder of banned Al-Umma in connection with the serial blasts in Coimbatore on February 14, 1998 that killed 58 people shortly before the then Home Minister L K Advani was to address election meetings in the city. The blasts also caused a property loss worth over Rs 14 crore in the industrial city. The Special Investigation Team of Tamil Nadu CB-CID, which probed the cases, has argued that the blasts, carried out under the title “Operation Allahu Akbar”, was part of the conspiracy to eliminate Advani.

Madani still has 18 other cases registered against him in various courts in Kerala, though all these cases have by now been transferred to the court of an additional chief judicial magistrate in
Kochi.


The Communist government lead by E.K.Nayanar, handed over Madni to Tamilnadu Police shortly after the blast. The end of E.K.Nayanar’s era in Communist party witnessed a rise of pseudoseculars who kept direct links with Jihadi Terrorists.


 


In the Changing Political equations PDP the terrorist organisation of Madni became the close ally of Communist party.

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