Madani angle to destabilization act in Karnataka

via published on October 11, 2010

Is there any link between Madani’s arrest by Karnataka Police and the recent attempt to destabilize BJP government in Karnataka. Careful observers strongly suspect such a link.

PDP leader a muslim ideologue and a homegrown Jihadi Abdul Nasser Madani was recently arrested by the Karnataka police for his alleged involvement in Bangalore bomb blasts. His supporters were uneasy by this development and constant efforts are being made to secure his release at the earliest. It is no secret that Kerala police are friendlier to Madani and Kerala is a safer place to wage out legal battles for him.

Recently a local court of Kollam, Kerala had dismissed a petition filed by a relative of PDP leader Abdul Nasser Madani alleging that the Karnataka police had not adhered to procedures during the arrest of Madani in connection with the Bangalore blasts case. In another related development, Kochi court has relaxed the bail conditions for Soofiya Madani, wife of Madani and also an accused in the bus burning case, allowing her to meet her husband, who is languishing in the Bangalore Central Jail.

Now, there are credible information that hawala money sources from Gulf were diverted to Karnataka to fund the attempt to topple BJP government in Karnataka. Prominent Muslim leaders, who are known for their Muslim identities, were actively seen helping H. D. Kumaraswamy in his attempt to convince rebel MLA. While C. M. Ibrahim facilitated meeting of H.D.K with his archrival Congress leader Siddaramaiah, Zameer accompanied H.D.K to Goa and to Chennai.

Any alternative to BJP in Karnataka, would be more sympathetic to Madani and it would not be difficult to secure his release through political means. Given the stature of Madani, his credentials and his direct involvement in many crimes, even security analysts are not dismissing this theory.

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