Keralite suspected in Ajmer blast; Kerala police to give details to Rajasthan ATS

By Staff Correspondent,

Kozhikode: The Kerala police will hand over the details regarding Suresh Nair, Keralite suspect in the 2007 Ajmer blast, to the Rajasthan ATS. There have been reports that the Rajasthan ATS had been in Kerala for a detailed investigation. Suresh Nair, an active member of the RSS, is reported to have been among the four people who transported the explosives used for the blast at the Dargah.

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Though a Malayali, Suresh Nair lived and grew up in Gujarat where his father worked. His mother and brother are still in Gujarat whereas his only sister is in Kozhikode in Kerala. Suresh Nair is reportedly an RSS Karyavahak in Gujarat and teaching in a private institution. He has a Gujarati wife and kid.

There are also reports that Suresh Nair has already been caught by the Rajasthan ATS from Gujarat, where he resides. It is said that the investigation was extended to Kerala as per the details collected while questioning him. An active member of the RSS, Nair was found missing for two months, according to reports. He was absconding reportedly in connection with another case.

The Kerala police have reportedly investigated about Nair’s links with the RSS leadership in Kerala. Nair is said to have been in Kerala five years ago. Investigation was carried out at the houses of Nair’s relatives in Koyilandi and Balusseri.

Chargesheet has been submitted against five suspected members of the Abhinav Bharat in the Ajmer Chief Judicial Magistrate Court in connection with the Ajmer blast. The role of Suresh Nair was known when the accused were questioned.

The blast took place at the Ajmer Dargah on October 11, 2007, killing three and injuring around 30. There were thousands of people at the Dargah then, as it was the time to break the fast in Ramzan. As in the case of other blast cases, this blast too was written in the account of Islamic terrorism, but the untiring efforts of the Rajasthan ATS has brought out the role of the Hindutva terror groups in the deadly blast.