Government-Terrorist nexus to Topple Maradu Massacre probe

via HK published on January 1, 2008

Kozhikode: Hindu Organisations stepped up the protest against Government- Terrorist nexus to offer bail for Jihadi Terrorist involved in Maradu Massacre. Protest meeting were convened in Kozhikode on Tuesday and at Thiruvananthapuram on Monday. Hindu Society won’t sit idle, if Government sing as per the tunes of Jihadi Terrorists.

Inspite of strong opposition from Investigative agencies Government offered bail to two terrorists. The decision to give bail was taken by Home Ministry after the secret pact they made between NDF Terrorists. The sucess they got in releasing a deadly Terrorist like Abdul Nasser Madni gave them new hopes in case of Maradu Terrorists as well.

An accused who got bail earlier never came back and he is now continuing Terrorist activities against Nation from Middle East. Since then investigative officers opposed all bail pleas of these deadly terrorist who killed innocent Hindus of Maradu in Kozhikode. As the Government gave nod to two bail pleas as per the secret pact, Now 23 more Terrorists have forwarded bail plea.

It was not because Hindus were not capable to retaliate when they lost their Eight fellow brothers but because of high tolerance and self-control. If the Hindus haven’t shown self restraint in that volatile situation, Whole of Kerala must have burnt in Hindu fury. A.K.Antony , Then Chief Minister assured that strict , speedy action will be taken against the culprits.

But years have passed and Governments changed but still those responsible for this brutal carnage is enjoying inside Kozhikode Jail. The present move to gain bail for terrorists is to topple the investigation during its last phase.

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