Thursday, August 12, 2010



The allegations against People's Democratic Party (PDP) chief Abdul Nazir Maudany is burning for the last so many years. Maudany, named as an accused in the 2008 Bangalore bomb blast case, has been trying to secure anticipatory bail. However, a local court in Bangalore turned down his plea last month and the high court too refused his plea last week. Maudany was jailed after being linked to the 1998 serial bombings in Coimbatore but was acquitted in 2007. In the case of Maudany, law and order machinery is continuously chasing him for accusing and acquitting. This is evidently a violation of human rights. If there are strong criminal allegations against Abdul Nazir Maudany, he should be punished according to the penal code of the Indian judiciary. It is learnt from the media that there are legally proven allegations. Then why should the exercising of justice is delayed? In this context it may be inferred and implied that the justice is denied to both the society and the individual Abdul Nazir Maudany. So I plead on behalf of human rights that the justice should be exercised in time for the benefit of the society or individual, if justifiable other wise the innocent should be freed conditionally or unconditionally.

William C.T.       

No comments:

Post a Comment