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Mangalore: Unravelling Bomb Blasts will Trigger off Communal Unrest - Madani


Mangalore: Unravelling Bomb Blasts will Trigger off Communal Unrest - Madani
 
by Melka Miyar
Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore


• No post mortem about the imprisonment in connection with Coimbatore bomb blast
• Huge social justice conference at Cochin in January

Mangalore, Nov 17: "A politically motivated hidden agenda is involved in my imprisonment in connection with  the Coimbatore bomb blast. The chapter  is closed for me and i dont intend having any  postmortem in this regard which will only lead to communal and political problems" said Abdul Nasar Madani, president of Peoples' Democratic Party (PDP), who was recently acquitted in the Coimbatore bomb blast case.

Speaking at a press conference held at Ganjimath on Saturday, November 17, he said that, he will start the  PDP in Karnataka soon. An adhoc committee of the party will be constituted within two months and the state committee will also be formed within 6 months in Karnataka, he informed.

Incidentally he also informed that a social justice conference would be organized in Cochin to bring together the dalits and backward Muslims, in  January 2008. Around 5 lakh people will be participating in this conference. Union minister Laloo Prasad Yadav, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Karunanidhi wiould be attending this function he added


Madani also mentioned that he would be writing a book about his life struggles since his childhood and his experience in prison.

Background:

A total of 13 bombs were blasted by miscreants in Coimbatore in on February 14 1998 killing 46 people and leaving 200 people injured. The bombs exploded barely 30 minutes before the BJP ex-president L K Advani was about to  address an election rally at Coimbatore.

Abdul Nasir Madani, who is well known for his provoking speeches, was arrested by the police on 31st March 1998, for his alleged link with suspects of this blast. He was finally acquitted on 2007 August 1 and released from prison.
Madani has decided to strengthen the PDP in Kerala and start it in Karnataka. His re-entry into the political area has created a sensation in Kerala.


Comment on this article

  • Nelson Lewis, Karkala/Bombay/Kingdom of Bahrain

    Wed, Nov 21 2007

    Madani is a fanatic and a anti-national element and should be held in preventive custody. We have had enough of these sort of elements in the country and a time has come for all patriotic Indians to unite and show what is people power. We cannot depend on our police and other administrative machineries, simply because they are loyal to the concerned State Governments or political parties in order to curry favour and make advancements in their careers.

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  • Vishal D'Souza, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 21 2007

    It's surprising that people will elect these people without knowing about them. I appeal all the people of India to support a single party which provides security to us & kick out minority appeasing parties.

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  • Shameer Ahmed, Dubai

    Wed, Nov 21 2007

    Please don't coment on this gentleman. All Antimuslim organisations tried him to put behind bars but finally they realised he is innocent in coimbotore bomb blast. let us think about those who killed muslims in coimbotore riots.

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  • Vijay, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 20 2007

    Looks like these category of guys want to talibanise our country and take us back to stone age. Our politicians will support even an anti-national and terrorist just for power.

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  • ANISH, MANGALORE/KSA

    Tue, Nov 20 2007

    pls dear friends, dnt blame anybody just listening to his name, but look at the FACT,

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  • mahmoud ul hassan, mangalore/kuwait

    Mon, Nov 19 2007

    THIS PERSON SEEMS TO BE A TROUBLE MAKER. YOU CAN SEE ANIMOSITY IN HIS EYES

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  • Royston, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 19 2007

    It is sad that anti-national elements get political patronage just because of vote bank politics. These people have the courage to openly give statements challenging the govt. and everybody keeps silence including some vociferous writers in the respected f2f fourm. Many of this category leaders in country are hand in gloves with ISI and HUJI and should be put behind bars or encountered for being anti-India.

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  • Agnel, Dubai

    Sun, Nov 18 2007

    Dangerous people like these should be kept behind bars for ever. Letting them out will once again lead to blasts and other communal activities. Such people dont have any right to enjoy freedom in civilized socities.

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  • shabi, mangalore/dubai

    Mon, Nov 19 2007

    mr siva even modi is dangerous. so why dont you comment on him. he was involved in the killing of  many innocent people as per the reports.  this is politics. we are all foolish in front of them.

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  • siva, usa

    Sun, Nov 18 2007

    This guy is very dangerous. It is one thing for Congress & DMK to play 'Minority' cards for vote politics (Every body does it at some level), but would be totally different ball game to let these hard core anti-India Pro-Isalmistan Guys.

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