Congress want SC to monitor NIA enquiry in Ajmer-samjhauta blast


Posted on 6th Jul 2015 01:17 pm by rohit kumar verma

The Congress said with the With key witnesses in the Ajmer Dargah and Samjhauta Express blasts turning hostile that Supreme court monitor the NIA probe into these case and congress party also ostensible that the witness antagonistic of the “insistence” and “inducement” of the “powers that be at the Centre and in the states.”





Congress spokesperson MR. R Surjewala.“Prime Minister and Home Minister Rajnath Singh should come out clean on their role in compromising the integrity of ongoing trials in these cases.There is nothing mysterious in witnesses turning hostile. It is happening solely at the instance, insistence and inducement of the powers that be at the Centre and the states. These instances and inducements are shocking to say the least, since the political masters at the helm of affairs select to blatantly make witnesses who turn hostile ministers in their governments."





The Congress was reacting to The Sunday Express story on 14 key witnesses turning hostile in the 2007 Ajmer Dargah blast case since June 2014 and three turning hostile in the 2007 Samjhauta case allegedly involving Hindu extremists.





Congress spokesperson MR. R Surjewala said that Probity, accountability, impartial and fair investigation — indeed the entire criminal justice system seems to have gone for a toss… One is astounded at the brazenness with which the NIA has been turned into a partisan, subservient and toothless body, parroting the line set by its political masters,” and referred to the case of Randhir Singh, a witness who turned hostile in the Samjhauta case and is now a minister in JK.





He noted that almost all those who have turned hostile have deep links with the RSS. Congress Spokesperson further added R. Surjewala further added that It is a prima facie case of subversion of investigation and therefore the judicial process.

 

 

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