Death sentence to 11 Jihadis, Now it’s the turn of Terrorist right activists

via HK published on November 30, 2008

BANGALORE

: 11 Jihadis
out of 23 convicted who dreamt of making Islamic Republic of India has been
awarded death sentence by Karnataka special court.


 

The
Jihadis belonging to terror out fit Deendar Anjuman were under trial in
connection with bomb attacks on Churches in Bangalore,
Gulbarga and
Hubli in mid-2000.


 

The
special court headed by Justice S M Shivannagoudar in its order on Saturday
also sentenced the other 12 to life imprisonment.


 

They
had carried out bomb blasts at churches in Wadi in Gulbarga, Keshavapura in
Hubli and Jagjivanramnagar in Bangalore.They were also responsible for the
explosion of a Maruti van near Minerva Mill on Magadi Road here around the
time.

The
activists, in the van, were on their way to plant bombs at churches in other
parts of the city when the bombs went off.


 

The
main accused Zia-ul- Hasan and four of his sons Sayed Khalid Pasha, Zahedul-
Hasan, Shabi-ul-Hasan and Khaleel Pasha from Multan in Pakistan, Shaikh Amir
and Sayed Wahab from Andhra Pradesh are still absconding.


 

Jihadi
elements aimed to create communal clashes by targeting churches and to create an
impression of Minority torturing  in
India by Hindus and there by to win the support of rest of the world against
Nation. 


Now it’s the turn of so called Terrorist right activists and Leftists to make sure none of them will get death sentence and for that they will go to any extend.








 

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