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Published On:30 December 2010
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Muslims arrested in false cases of bomb blasts should be released, urge Muslim Ulema, intellectuals, activists to Maharashtra CM

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A delegation of Ulama, Muslim intellectuals and political activists met the Chief Minister of Maharashtra Prithivi Raj Chavan and pleaded that those arrested in various cases of bomb blasts in the state should be either released on bail a fast tract court should dispose off the concerning cases. 

The delegation was led by Abu Asim Azmi, the state president of Samajwadi Party and comprised Maulana Sayed Athar Ali, Maulana Abdus Salam Khan Qasmi, Maulana Ashrafi, Maulana Aizaz Kashmiri, Farid Khan of Qaumi Majlis-Shura, Rais Shaikh and others.

The delegation said that 43 Muslim youths have been arrested by the state police for 2006 bomb blast in a Muslim graveyard of Malegaon, bomb blasts in Mumbai local trains and weapon seizer case of Aurangabad and since there arrest long back, no hearing has been taken up in the court.

The delegation reminded the Congress leader and Maharashtra CM that two of his party’s national leaders Digvijay Singh and Rahul Gandhi have also raised the point that some Hindu radical groups have been found behind such events in various parts of the country.

The delegation was of the opinion that keeping people behind the bar for indefinite time without initiating a due process of law is a denial of their constitutional rights. Members of the delegation brought to the notice of several facts showing innocence of several youths facing the uncalled for ordeal.

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