Expose the traitors who released the Terrorists who were caught red handed

via With Inputs from daily Pioneer published on December 27, 2009

13 Terrorists were left scot free after their arrest on August 15, 2006 from a terrorist training camp in Panayikulam near Aluva in Ernakulam. They were released as a result of protest of Jihadi organisations and Terrorist Right organisations (They call themselves Human Right Organisations).

Now after Three and a half years Anti-Terror Squad handed over the charge sheet to Home Department with serious charges including treason and waging war against Nation.This camp marked the start of the terror process that led to the LeT and Indian Mujahiddin-sponsored blasts in various Indian cities.

If the Kerala Government haven’t succumbed to Jihadi lamenting over the arrest of these deadly terrorists the series of blasts happened across the Nation could have averted.

The SIMI camp at Panayikkulam was an important episode in a series of terror plots in Kerala which included the burning of a Tamil Nadu State bus at Kalamassery, off Kochi on September 9, 2007, the twin blasts at Kozhikode city on March 3, 2006, the recruitment of youths into LeT for training in Pakistan and operation in Kashmir and the continuing religious classes for spotting potential recruits.

Following the meeting at Panayikkulam, the police had taken into custody 18 persons but only five of them were arrested as accused while the remaining thirteen were listed as witnesses, allegedly following interferences from top politicians and police officials. The probe into the camp was almost frozen after those arrested were released on bail.

The police had confiscated several pamphlets and other documents from the venue where the camp was held at Panayikkulam. The police had raided the place on a tip-off. The charge against the accused was unlawful assembly in the name of a banned organization.

After accused Shibili and Shaduli were later arrested in Indore for their SIMI connections, the ATS reopened the case file leading to the arrest of 12 of the 13 let off as witnesses in August, 2006. One of them, Nissar, was said to have escaped to the Gulf. Legal experts now say that this aspect could affect the effective conduct of the case. The ATS had also probed the allegation that 13 participants in the meeting were let off due to high-level interference.

Investigators have received clear indications that the SIMI camp at Panayikkulam had in fact been a session to plan the various terror strikes in the country. Several of the participants in the meeting had also been participants in or facilitators for the SIMI training camp at Vagamon.

The Vagamon SIMI camp, held in December, 2007, was the launch-pad of the terror strikes in Bangalore, Ahmedabad and other cities of the country in 2008. Several of the participants in this camp, at which training was believed to have been provided in high-altitude tolerance, mountain-biking, arms-handling, etc, were from outside Kerala. The police are yet to reach a final conclusion in the probe.

Will the law takes it true course and expose those played behind the curtains to ensure the release of these Jihadis? If not more and more such sabotages of Terror cases will happen and as a result more and more bombs will explode in cities across the Nation.

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