Jihadi’s target Jail officers inside Tamilnadu Prisons

via VSK Chennai published on October 1, 2015

After Ambur police, Puzhal jail officials taste jihadi barbarism

Puzhal central prison near Chennai is the huge jail establishment where dangerous terrorists are housed in the high security section. The other day, a group of Al-umma terrorist pridoners attacked and injured four prison guards. Not only that, they managed to lock up two jail officials inside their cells. The ADGP had to come and conduct talks with the terrorists in order to ‘release the officials’.

Critics including BJP functionaries described the incident as “terrorists staged an Ambur in Puzhal”. (It may be remembered that about 40 policemen and police women were severely beaten up by a gang of Jihadis in Ambur during a public demonstration). The immediate action by the authorities after the Puzhal incident was to shift a few terrorist to another prison. This prompted opposition parties to express concern over the law and order situation in the State. Particularly, the Hindu Munnani State Organiser Shri Bakthavatsalam pointed out the lack of a forum for the police and other uniformed personnel to vent their grievances.

He was addressing a demonstration by Hindu Munnani in Chennai to condemn the Puzhal atrocity of the terrorists. Hindu Munnani also staged similar demonstrations throughout the state. General opinion is that the State Government and the Central Government must work out a mechanism to protect law enforcing personnel.

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  1. Raj Puducode Reply

    October 7, 2015 at 7:39 am

    Jihadi Barbarism (contd…………)
    ALAPPUZHA: Ten days after she got married, a 21-year-old Kerala college student’s Jihadi groom left for Dubai, and three weeks later, texted her a ‘triple talaq’ over WhatsApp.

    “He said she was like an apple and he had already tasted it. So he did not want her anymore,” said J Prameela Devi, a member of the state women’s commission adalat.The girl’s mother had paid the groom a dowry of Rs 10 lakhs and also given him 80 sovereigns of gold. The unexpected talaq shattered the woman who was enrolled in a dental studies college. She and her sister dropped out college and school, respectively. The girl returned home from her in-laws’ residence when they ignored the talaq.

    On Monday the woman gathered her courage and lodged a complaint at the women’s commission’s adalat in Pala, Kottayam.The commission, which questions the validity of a ‘WhatsApp talaq’, has ordered the department of non-resident Keralites’ affairs to find the woman’s husband, a 27-year-old Jihadi , who’s originally from Vaikom in Kottayam. It has also told the police to present the man’s parents during the next adalat.

    A recent study conducted across 10 states by an NGO called Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan, showed that Muslim women have unequivocally voiced their dissent against the discriminatory practice of triple talaq with 92.1% seeking its ban.Oral talaq delivered through new media platforms like Skype, text messages, email and Whatsapp have become an increasing cause of worry for the community.”I don’t think a normal youth can act in this manner. The commission should provide protection and legal aid to the girl and her mother,” said B Sugathakumari, an activist-poet and former chairperson of the state women’s commission. She said strict action must be taken against these Jihadi man.

    In the meanwhile, the talaq over WhatsApp has divided Islamic scholars.The talaq is valid said a member of the Samastha Kerala Jam-Iyyathul Ulama, on Tuesday “The divorce, however, will be granted only after holding discussions with both the man and wife and their family members. If the husband sticks to his stand, divorce will be sanctioned,” said Sayyed Attakoya Thangal, the district president of the Ulama.

  2. Raj Puducode Reply

    October 9, 2015 at 3:44 am

    Religion of Jihadi Peace strikes again & again
    CHENNAI: Saudi Arabian officials have arrested a Saudi woman who chopped off the arm of a 56-year-old maid from Mungileri village near Katpadi in Tamil Nadu.
    Officials with the Indian embassy in Riyadh took up the case with Saudi authorities at the highest level after learning that the employer of Kasthuri Munirathnam severed the maid’s right arm after she complained to officials that the family she was working for ill-treated her.
    Indian diplomats in Saudi Arabia told TOI on Thursday that the Al-Sahafa police in Riyadh initially investigated the case but, because of the heinous nature of the crime, handed over the probe to the General Intelligence Directorate (Al Mukhabarat Al A’amah), the foremost intelligence agency in the kingdom. Kasthuri was in a critical condition but has stabilised and doctors are treating her in Kingdom Hospital in Riyadh.
    Anil Nautiyal, first secretary (labour) at the Indian embassy in Riyadh, said the mission is pursuing the case with the Saudi Arabian ministry of foreign affairs. Kasthuri’s son Mohan told TOI from Vellore that his mother Kasthuri sustained severe injuries in the attack by the woman of the house, whose name Saudi authorities have withheld. A video on a social networking site shows Kasthuri in tears as she recalls the brutal attack. “I pleaded with the lady not to harm me but she kicked me, punched me and cut off my arm,” she said. “I want to go back home. Please help me.”
    Mohan, a mason, said his mother left for Saudi Arabia two years ago to support the family, which consists of an ailing husband, three daughters and a son, even though he tried to persuade her against going to that country. Kasthuri first worked for a family in Damam and later moved to the house in Riyadh. “Her employers did not even allow her to make a telephone call to us,” Mohan said. “The few times she managed to call us, she said she was burdened with work.” Nautiyal said the Indian embassy and the Tamil Nadu wing of Indian Social Forum is now taking care of Kasthuri.

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