Jaipur blasts: Rajasthan Muslim Forum criticizes Chidambaram for his comments

By Manzar Bilal, TwoCircles.net,

Patna: Rajasthan Muslim Forum (RMF) has strongly condemned the statement made by union home minister, Mr. P. Chidambaram during his recent visit to Jaipur, that the Jaipur blasts case is solved.

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It is to be noted that before some days Mr. Chidambaram was also criticized by Muslim community when he said that Mecca Masjid blast case has turned cold.

In a joint statement, Qari Mueenuddeen, convener of the Forum, Mohammad Saleem, state president of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Waqarul Ahad, chairman of Tahaffuz-e-Awqaf Committee, Shaukat Quraishi, State Secretary of All India Milli Council and others have termed the statement of home minister premature.

They Muslim leaders alleged that Mr. Chidambaram gave the statement to please the majority community keeping an eye on upcoming parliamentary elections.

They also advised that the home minister should have restrained himself till the charges framed and evidences collected by the Rajasthan Police are proved true in the court against the persons arrested in suspicion.

They appreciated the step of the present government of removing some of the higher police officials who were helping the previous government in carrying out its communal agenda but also expressed their shocking on that instead of reviewing the investigations made by those officers, the present government given an approval to what they had done.

They asked the government that when during the investigations of Malegaon blast it was revealed in the narco test of some of the accused that they were involved in Ajmer blast also then why the government is not working on that line?

They also rejected the claim of Rajasthan Police that the two youth killed in Batla House encounter were among the perpetrators of Jaipur blasts; saying that the Batla House encounter itself was doubtful and the denial of enquiry about the encounter by the UPA government raised further doubts about the intentions of the government.

These Muslim leaders demanded that the legal trials should be made faster so that, the innocents may be released and the real culprits may not roam openly. “The government should minutely review the investigations made during the tenure of previous government and correct the mistake committed by them” they demanded.

They also demand that an enquiry should be set up against the police officers who acted as a tool to carry out the communal agenda of the previous government which resulted into spoiling of career of many professionals and student belonging to the Muslim community and caused humiliation and mental torture of their families and the whole community.

They made clear their stand that the real culprits who are responsible for killing innocents should be punished without delay irrespective of their religions and communities.