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But we are foreigners. 2015 1:40 am Related News By: Lalit K Jha Indian? it is your responsibility and that is what you have been elected for, The Delhi government had earlier submitted documents before the Commission in this case.On September 8 the Delhi High Court had set aside the appointment of 21 party MLAs as parliamentary secretaries The court had said the order to appoint them as parliamentary secretaries was given without the concurrence of the Lt Governor In the last hearing on September 23 the MLAs had sought time to study the high court judgement that set aside their appointment On October 7 the AAP MLAs were to file a response but again had asked for an extension “It may be noted that if no reply is received by aforesaid date (October 17) it will be presumed that you have nothing to say and the Commission will take appropriate action without any further reference to you” the panel told the MLAs in a notice The petition to disqualify AAP MLAs was filed by advocate Prashant Patel who has termed the legislators’ move a “ploy” to delay the proceedings The Commission has also asked Patel to sumbit his rejoinder to the AAP MLAs response by October 21 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Arun Sharma Kaunain Sheriff M | Published: March 13 2016 12:49 am Shamima continues to believe son Junaid missing since 2010 and later named in the blasts is alive (Source: Mukesh Gupta) Top News Of Kishtwar’s two cyber cafes only Global Internet was open on September 7 2011 Sometime around 1 pm a Class X student walked into the cafe Meanwhile at its Cabin No 3 an email account was opened with the id ‘[email protected]’ Over the day the account was used five times It was also used to search for ‘Katrina kaif blue’ ‘Katrina kaif’ (the actress had had a hit in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara at the time) and ‘Pyar Ki Ek Kahani’ (a popular TV serial) The account was never used again That’s the entire case against the juvenile now 21 convicted in the Delhi High Court blast The explosion had gone off approximately two hours earlier that day killing 15 and on July 7 2014 the juvenile was convicted of sending an email from the account claiming responsibility for the attack and also threatening more blasts including at the Supreme Court if Afzal Guru (convicted in the Parliament attack) was hanged For the charge of “criminal conspiracy to wage war or attempt to wage war against the government of India” the juvenile was sent to the correction home for three years His is the only conviction in the attack Before he was proved to be a juvenile he was named in all the official papers and in the media including this paper and the NIA chargesheet Nearly 800 km separate Delhi from Kishtwar A 49-year-old has done that distance 85 times in the last four years However for the past seven months he hasn’t dared come see his son Cost is just one factor says the government employee who works at the district magistrate’s office and earns Rs 15000 a month Lately towards the end of his appeal against his conviction in the case his son has found himself battling the unsubstantiated rumour of “radicalising the Delhi juvenile gangrape accused” and later of having “hygiene issues” The father fears being embroiled in a case himself and of losing his job Produced in court on January 28 the juvenile repeatedly told the judge he was feeling homesick The last time he was home was in July 2014 before he was convicted His appeal against the conviction was heard for seven months and then the judge transferred right before she would have pronounced the verdict The new judge is hearing the case afresh The cyber cafe from which the ‘terror’ mail was sent (Source: Mukesh Gupta) There were six accused in the case including the juvenile One turned approver while trial against another is on Of the remaining three Amir Kamal and Shakir Hussain alias Chotta Hafiz have been killed in “encounters” while Junaid Akram Mailk remains missing but is believed dead *** During his time battling the case the juvenile has completed his Class XI and XII and enrolled into BA in 2014 In December last year he gave exams for three subjects It was during this time that rumours first surfaced of him “radicalising” the Delhi gangrape convict The gangrape convict was up for release and there was much debate at the time over this (he has been moved out since) Officials have repeatedly denied this charge of radicalisation but it keeps resurfacing “I don’t know from where this news came” says the father “Recently when I spoke to my son he said he wanted a harmonium” However there is a problem he adds “We don’t get harmoniums in Kishtwar I will send him the money” In the meantime officials have got the juvenile a radio set The other thing the juvenile worries about is lack of tutors the father says “There are teachers only for those studying up to Class XII” On January 28 rejecting his plea to be sent home the judge told the juvenile “Tum aur books padho Tumhara dhyaan padhai pe rahega Ghar ki yaad nahin aayegi (You read more books Your focus will be on studies You won’t be reminded of home)” The juvenile also accused other inmates of “bullying” him and calling him a “terrorist” due to the altercation over use of a toilet “There was an issue over hygiene” officials at the home claimed apparently after the juvenile used the toilet “A separate toilet is being constructed for him” an official told the court *** Kishtwar is a small town in the Jammu province and the families of the juvenile main accused Wasim Akram Malik and Amir Abbas Dev who later turned approver lived within a radius of 2 km It was Amir’s confession — he is now out on bail — that nailed the case against the juvenile The NIA chargesheet says the juvenile sent the email on the “motivation and instruction of Amir Abbas Dev” It also says the two first met in May 2011 and that Amir “inspired him (the juvenile) for performing Jihad” Mehmood Pracha took over as counsel for the juvenile in July 2014 The juvenile’s case leading up to the conviction had earlier been tried by legal aid Pracha points out “contradictions and falsehoods” in Amir’s statement and says that during examination Amir had admitted he didn’t know what was inside the envelope he is said to have handed over to the juvenile Officials say it contained the text of the “terror” email Amir’s father works at a local court in Kishtwar but attempts to trace him proved futile Amir neighbours say had been sent to stay at a relative’s home The neighbours are surprised that Amir’s statement was used to convict the juvenile “Amir is not of stable mind” says one of them “He even had to be accompanied to the neighbourhood bazaar” says another Apart from Amir’s confession the NIA relied upon a statement by the juvenile before a magistrate under Section 164 CrPC The defence says this “was under coercion” and that the juvenile had retracted from the statement during the evidence stage The juvenile’s father claims the NIA initially approached the juvenile to turn approver and to give a “tutored statement before the Juvenile Justice Board against Wasim and Amir However when he told the magistrate that he has been asked to say so by the NIA… things changed While the Board did not take note of his statement the NIA started working to get him convicted” An NIA spokesperson says “Yes we wanted the juvenile to become an approver in the case But he refused Whatever was done was in accordance with law Other allegations are baseless” The father says he is not sorry about his son not turning approver “Acquittal from courts isn’t everything One has to get a clean chit from Allah as well” *** The defence arguments rest on other “discrepancies” in the NIA’s submissions It cites a letter by Loknath Behera Inspector General (Intelligence and Operations) with the NIA to Daniel C Clegg Legal Attache US Embassy New Delhi requesting for recovery of data from the computer allegedly used to send the terror email In the letter the officer says the computer’s hard disk was sent to the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) Thiruvananthpuram but the C-DAC had said the “hard disk installed in the seized CPU is physically damaged” The letter adds that the CFSL New Delhi had also “returned” the hard disk stating that the “CPU could not be cloned or imaged due to some technical error” The hard disk was sent to the FBI in the US on December 27 2011 In its scrutiny report based on the FBI analysis the NIA said: “The CART (Computer Analysis Response Team of FBI) has informed that only one email account [email protected] was opened and used from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm on 7 September 2011” The defence notes that the NIA says the juvenile was at the Kishtwar cyber cafe at 1 pm that day created the said email id sent the email and left by 1:30 pm (the timings of his arrival and departure confirmed by prosecution witnesses) “So even if the appellant reached the cyber cafe at 1 pm how was the alleged email account opened at 12:30 pm” Pracha says He also asks how the account was open long after the juvenile was known to have left the cyber cafe “The said email account was also used on 7/9/2011 to search for ‘Katrina kaif blue’ at 4:50 pm ‘Katrina kaif’ at 5 pm and ‘Pyar Ki Ek Kahani at 5:39 pm’” Besides none of the writers of the FBI report was examined by the prosecution — as is required for any proof submitted under the Evidence Act In its reply the NIA submitted that its case was that only one account was opened at that cafe and not that the account was opened at 1230 pm The “crucial” mails were sent to [email protected] with CC to [email protected] at 1:14 pm it says It adds that the juvenile had “intentionally not logged out from the email ID” As for the non-examination of FBI officials the NIA says the juvenile had “admitted” to the FBI report during the trial and therefore “there was no requirement for examination of the author” The defence has now requested for recall of over 30 prosecution witnesses for cross-examination *** Of all those held or wanted in the Delhi High Court blast no one’s story has seen more twists or turns than that of Malik brothers Wasim and Junaid For parents Riyaz and Shamima Malik who also have two daughters the nightmare began not in September 2011 but 10 months earlier On November 9 2010 their younger son Junaid a student of Class X was abducted from Jammu The parents suspected Azhar Padri a former tenant of theirs who had long eyed their Kishtwar house and was a known “OGW (terrorist sympathiser)” Police subsequently arrested Padri as well as alleged accomplices Irshad Ahmed and Fateh Mohammad and booked Padri and Ahmed under the Public Safety Act It was while they were still in Kot Bhalwal jail in Jammu that the Delhi High Court blasts happened NIA officials first went to Kishtwar in trail of the terror email and later Kot Bhalwal jail Junaid and Wasim Malik’s maternal uncle Ashfaq Hussain Shah says Azhar gave police the name of Junaid claiming he had joined terrorists Wasim who studied medicine in Bangladesh had been home for vacations at the time of the Delhi blasts and was also arrested later Police admit there are no other criminal records against the brothers before or since Within six months Padri Ahmed and Fateh were released on bail Today Ahmed works as a private bus ticket agent while Irshad’s services as a teacher have been regularised by the state government Shamima 48 a headmistress at a state government school in Drabshalla breaks down recalling that her son Junaid was only 14 when he went “missing” Riyaz 53 who works as a private secretary to general manager Chenab Valley Power Projects Jammu points out that there is evidence to show that on the day of the blasts Wasim who was in the final year of his MBBS was in Jammu “He withdrew money from a Jammu & Kashmir Bank ATM in the morning and was also challaned by traffic police for driving his sister’s Scooty without a helmet On being called by the NIA for questioning he came back from Bangladesh and went to their office on his own” Riyaz says “Do you think a terrorist would himself come from a foreign country and appear before the NIA” asks Shamima Riyaz also questions the NIA theory that Wasim stopped over at Delhi on his way to Jammu from Bangladesh as he wanted to recce the high court area “Is there any other way of coming to Jammu from Bangladesh” he asks Of Riyaz and Shamima’s daughters Afia is doing PhD in law from a private university in Punjab while Shabia recently completed her BDS from Himachal Pradesh Both live with their parents in Jammu where Riyaz shifted after the names of his sons figured in the Delhi High Court blasts Since then Riyaz has never visited Kishtwar even though he has a house there Shamima also seldom goes to her mother’s house in the town Their regular travels to Delhi to attend court hearings for Wasim have eaten up all their savings as well as left them under Rs 2 lakh debt “I only wish to get the dignity and respect of my child restored” Shamima says “God willing people in India will know the truth one day All Muslims in the country are not traitors” adds Riyaz While Riyaz and his daughters have accepted the unconfirmed reports that Junaid is now dead killed by terrorists when he tried to escape their captivity Shamima continues to believe he is alive Officially Junaid carries a reward of Rs 10 lakh on him *** The juvenile’s father remembers September 7 2011 — when he allegedly visited the cyber cafe to send out the terror mail — as any other day “After his Class X exams I had got him admitted to a computer training institute” The juvenile’s mother who was a senior assistant in the Health Department had died in 2004 and the father hoped the juvenile would get her job He remembers each detail of September 10 2011 the day the juvenile was picked up though It was afternoon and he and his younger sister were watching a Hindi serial on TV when the local police arrived Police told him the juvenile would be sent home by evening However he remained at the police station for 14 days Finally they heard on news channels that the juvenile along with Amir Abbas Dev had been taken to Delhi by the NIA the father says For the next three months the father claims there was no news of them It was again on TV he says that he heard that his son had been shifted to the juvenile home “Following this I went to Delhi and met him for the first time since his arrest” Six months later on February 28 2012 the principal magistrate at the Justice Juvenile Board granted conditional bail to the juvenile for his Class XI exams He passed with over 50 per cent marks and subsequently cleared his Class XII exams after three attempts in 2014 with 65 per cent marks The travel expenses ate up his savings leaving the father under Rs 15 lakh debt He had to pull his daughter out of a private school and put her in a government one after Class X In 2014 the father approached the government to appoint his son as junior assistant in place of his late mother By the time the confirmation came in December 2014 the juvenile had been convicted by the Juvenile Justice Board and re-arrested Now the father has no hope “To get the job he needs clearance from the CID or CBI Who will give him clearance” he says The family’s two-room house is bare except for three-four plastic chairs and a bed An old TV set is the only source of entertainment and during his time out on bail the juvenile spent much of his time before it The father remembers that the juvenile’s stay at home was lonely His former friends had all moved on pursuing higher studies While he stresses he is “fighting for truth” the father is also constantly haunted by what the juvenile told him when out on bail The then 19-year-old didn’t talk much about his time in custody he recalls but one day he said “Papa if you had been there even you would have said what they told you to” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Updated: November 18 2014 1:54 am Probe committee members come out of the boys’ hostel of NRS Medical College in Kolkata after inspection on Monday ( Source: Express photo by Partha Paul) Related News More than 36 hours after the suspected mobile thief’s body was recovered from the boys’ hostel at Nil Ratan Sarcar Medical College and Hospital and the police are yet to identify the body or make an arrest Senior police officials said the postmortem had been completed but no one had claimed the body yet The postmortem report stated that the victim had sustained multiple injuries and had suffered internal hammeorage The police however are apprehensive of callingany medical student for questioning “We cannot take any action against the students without anyone coming forward with any particular name They have their exams in December” said a senior police official citing the recent unrest caused at the Jadavpur University owing to police action Meanwhile the police were posted at the entrance of the hostel to keep media persons at bay whereas none of the hospital officials were available for comments Hospital Superintendent Dr S A Amam refused to comment saying the matter is being investigated Principal Dr Manju Banerjee said that members of the committee formed to probe the incident had visited the hostel “Members of the committee had visited the spot and talked to students I have not received any report from them so would not know about the probe’s progress” she said The hostel which houses about 500 students in its148 rooms from first year to intern level had about 200 of them at the hostel building as many were out for the weekend “There had been several incidents of thefts in the hostel but police didn’t take any step against it The students had caught both the thieves red handed and beat them up While one escaped the other could not Of course beating someone to death can never be justified” said an intern He also said that the thief had confessed that those working as masons in the compound used to tip them about who stays in which room and who possesses expensive phones and other gadgets Dhrubojyoti Dey DC (ESD) admitted no arrests had been made so far “We are in the process of ascertaining who all among the students were present when the incident took place” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Guwahati | Published: April 11 2016 10:57 pm Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi addressing a press conference in Guwahati on Monday (Source: PTI) Related News Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi held a press conference in Guwahati on Monday to attack BJP and the “partisan” role of Election Department which termed the media meet on polling day as violation of electoral laws Gogoi however hit back at the Election Department saying he has not violated any Code and accused it of not taking any action against “blatant violations” by BJP leaders “I know what to say and what not in a press meet I am not asking anyone to vote for Congress I am a law abiding citizen and also a lawyer I have not violated any Model Code of Conduct (MCC)” Gogoi said Share This Article Related Article Taking note of the development Assam Chief Electoral Officer Vijayendra said holding of a press conference on the day of second phase of polling is a violation of MCC “It is a violation We have sent our report to Election Commission of India (ECI) They will take appropriate action regarding this” he added Gogoi further said many BJP leaders are “openly” violating MCC but the Election Department is not taking any action on these “They are playing a partisan role Himanta (Biswa Sarma) took out a bike rally yesterday in his constituency Jalukbari after ending the campaign on Saturday evening This is a blatant violation of MCC but nobody is taking note of this” he added On this allegation Vijayendra said the Election Department has sought a report from local authority and “this too will be forwarded to ECI for further action” Gogoi accused the Election Department of a “biased role” in confining Congress candidate Gautam Bora of Batadroba to his house yesterday Just before the press meet Kamrup Metropolitan Executive Magistrate Chinmoy Nath on behalf of Election Department reached the venue and tried to prevent Gogoi from going ahead with the programme “When I requested him not to hold the press meet he asked me to arrest him I have forwarded my report to the Department” he added Later a notice on a plain paper and without any official seal was pasted on the walls of Hotel Ambarish prohibiting holding of the press meet When asked about this Nath said: “Yes I pasted this order On the spot we paste orders like this” “Meanwhile a directive was issued to “all the TV Channels and radio stations/channels” not to repeat the telecast or broadcast of the press conference “You are requested not to re-telecast/re-broadcast the press conference You are also requested to comply with the above mentioned legal provision” Additional Chief Electoral Officer Nitin Khade said in the order The directive to the media referred to Section 126 of the Representation of the People Act 1951 and explained the prohibitory points in it Commenting on the development BJP chief ministerial candidate and Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said Congress is losing the election and so violating laws out of “frustration” More Related News
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the joint implementation committee of JEE (Advanced) has decided to allow twice the number in each category to fill choices. He has written several books in Hindi and two in English, the party alleged that the Prime Minister “openly” flouted the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) “deliberately maligning,56. and gouge.
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