Hyderabad, 15 Mar 2018 [Fik/News Sources]: In a clear case of extreme gross negligence, a critical document containing a disclosure by Hindu right-wing member Swami Aseemanand in the 2007 Mecca Masjid blast case, has gone mysteriously missing from a lower court’s custody. The missing document -believed to be of critical importance- could possibly seal the fate of the trial. On Tuesday, K Ravinder Reddy, the fourth Additional Metropolitan Sessions Judge cum special court for NIA cases, came down heavily on court officials after several documents pertaining to the case couldn’t be traced. The proceedings of the case had to be stalled by more than one and half hours before officials could trace some of the documents that were exhibited before the court. It is pertinent to mention that on May 18, 2007, a bomb blastRead More...
New Delhi, 31 Mar 2018 [Fik/News Sources]: In the wake of growing attacks on Dalits, Muslims and weaker sections and politics of hate and polarization, the Welfare Party of India on Friday announced a nationwide agitation under the slogan “India for all Indians” from April 1 to 18. It said in the last four years, the government did nothing to fulfill the promises it made with the people for coming to power and to rein in anti-social elements and groups affiliated to the ruling party. Briefing the media about the forthcoming campaign, Dr. S. Q. R. Ilyas, National President WPI, said the Modi government failed on all account as common man’s sufferings have increased manifold. Since this government came to power, country witnessed unprecedented atmosphere of intolerance, attacks on Muslims and Dalits andRead More...
Chandigarh, 06 May 2018 [Fik/News Sources]: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday backed the members of right-wing Hindu groups, who allegedly prevented people from offering namaz at open spaces in Gurugram. Addressing the media here, the Haryana Chief Minister said that there was a considerable rise in people offering namaz in open, which should be read in Mosques or Idgahs. “It is our duty to maintain law and order. There has been an increase in offering namaz in open. Namaz should be read in Mosques or Idgahs rather than public spaces,” Khattar said. As per reports, Hindutva outfits visited at least ten places of Gurugram where namaz was offered every Friday and allegedly allegedly disrupted the Muslim prayers and prevented people from doing so. Six persons were arrested after an FIR was filedRead More...