Maniappan killing : E.Ahmed & value of Hindu’s life

via HK Correspondent published on November 24, 2005

KOZHIKODE: E Ahmed, the Union Minister of State for External Affairs is ‘well known’ for a couple of weaknesses. He has an avowed hatred for Hindus. Ahmed dreams of an Islamic Caliphate spreading all over Asia and a part of Europe. He is an ardent supporter of Taliban, Jaiesh-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba. This Muslim League leader, whose weakness or fascination for all good things in life are known to the entire media people in Kerala, has even connections with the Karachi based Don through conduits. Though more than hundred thousands Kashmiri Pandits have been slaughtered by the Islamic terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir, this self-professed secularist has not uttered a single word of condemnation.


This is the same Ahmed who played a major role in getting removed all the deadly weapons from the Marad mosque immediately after the massacre of the eight Hindu fishermen. It was a clear case of destruction of evidence. But Ahmed played his Muslim card very intelligently to get the swords and knives removed to a safer place. People who are quite familiar with Ahmed tell that even his blood is green in colour. Then how can the ‘foolish’ Hindus hope that he would have ensured the release of Chingoli Maniappan, the Border Roads Organisation driver who was butchered by the Taliban fanatics (or should I call them secularists?).


Let me recount an incident which occurred during the eighties when Justice VA Khaled of the Kerala High Court was appointed as the chief justice of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court. The order of appointment and travel warrants for Justice Khaled were sent through E Ahmed, who was the Minister for Industries in the K Karunakaran cabinet. As per protocol, the order of appointment of a Chief Justice of a High Court would be send through the highest state government representative who will be present in the national capital at the time of release of the official communiqué. And our Ahmed sahib was in Delhi in connection with some work.


Ahmed, who returned to Thiruvananthapuram via Mumbai, spent a couple of hours with each of his ‘friends’ in the metropolis. Because of the hectic activities ( remember Ahmed was much younger during those days), he misplaced the suitcase containing Khaled’s appointment order in one of the places he visited in Mumbai. Poor Ahmed, he could not exactly remember where and with whom he left his suitcase. And a search all over Grand Road, Byculla, Warden Road, Bandra and Mohammed Ali Road residences will put him in total embarrassment. Justice Khaled had to leave Kochi without the appointment order to take charge as the chief justice of the J&K High Court. That’s Ahmed..


Yes, he was in the media highlight during the abduction of three Indians in Iraq. But that was only because of the presence of a nincompoop like Kanwar Natwar Singh in the External Affairs Ministry.  

Remember the December 1989 kidnapping of Rubaiya Sayeed , daughter of the then Union Home Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed by Kashmiri terrorists? The terrorists demanded the release of hardcore assassins  Hamid Sheoikh, Sher Khasn, Javed Ahmed Zargar, Noor Mohammed Kalwal and Mohammed Altaf Butt who were all accused in murder and mayhem all over the Kashmir. The union government did not think twice before releasing the above mentioned terrorists. It was reported that a ransom amount of hundred crore too was paid to Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front to secure the release of Rubaiya. It is another story that the entire episode was stage managed by none other than Mufti Mohammed Sayeed!


When the Vajpayee administration was having a brainstorming session in New Delhi to tackle the hijack of the Indian Airlines flight to Khandahar by the Taliban terrorists with the tacit support of the Pakistani ISI, we were in for another shock. TV channels all over the country telecast the picture of the vamp Brinda Karat leading some hundreds of “social activists” to the Race Course residence of the  Prime Minister demanding the release of the passengers.. Yet another instance of dialectic materialism!


After all a Hindu’s life does not have any value, my dear friends. May the soul of Maniappan rest in peace though his body has been made into pieces by the terrorists.


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