Pakistan woman urges NIA not to oppose plea in Samjhauta case

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Pakistan woman urges NIA not to oppose plea in Samjhauta case

Pakistan woman urges NIA not to oppose plea in Samjhauta case: -In 2007, The daughter of a Pakistan Man killed in the Samjhauta Express Bomb Blast wrote to the National Investigation Agency requesting the agency to protest against her Plea for appearing in special NIA Court in Panchkula, Haryana does not. His lawyer, Momin Malik, said that the lady Rahila advocate did not receive any help from the court seeking help from India or Pakistan.

Pakistan woman urges NIA not to oppose plea in Samjhauta case

The trial has ended and the court had to pronounce the verdict on March 11, when Ms. Wakil sent an email to the court that she wanted to record her statement as a witness. The court asked the NIA to respond to Ms. Wakil’s petition on March 14. NIA had earlier said that in the last two years she had given four notice to Pakistan to present 13 witnesses in the case, but no response from neighbouring country was received.

Aseemanand, a member of former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), is the main accused in this case. On February 18, 2017, a Samhjauta Express, in which 68people were killed, mostly Pakistani. The train Samjhauta Express was on its way from Delhi to Lahore.

On the day of the explosion, when he boarded the train at Old Delhi railway station, Muhammad Wakil talked to his daughter over Phone and told about “some suspicious persons”. Hours later when the train reached Panipat, then the explosion occurred. Mr. Malik said that new disclosures will be presented before the court on Thursday because Pakistani witnesses never got a Chance to get out.

Pakistan woman urges NIA not to oppose plea in Samjhauta case

“since he had gone to Pakistan in 1947, his family is considered as Mohajirs (refugees) in Pakistan. Family visits India because they are still relatives here. I sent more than are still relatives here. I sent more than 40 letters to Ms. Wakil on behalf of the Pakistani High Commission but they never received any response. When he approached the Indian High Commission in Islamabad for the visa, then he was asked to contact Delhi, “Mr. Malik, the lawyer said. For the latest updates and trending news, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.

In a letter to NIA on Wednesday, Ms. Wakil requested the agency not to provide “no objection” on the application under section 311 Cr.Pc in the fair, fair and fair play for the fair and truthful decision of the matter. On a human basis”. Mr Momin said that the Pakistani establishment did not help the family in lodging their statement in a court here. The settlement case was transferred to NIA in 2010. Aseemanand was first arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in the Mecca Masjid case in 2010.

While in detention, Aseemanad confessed his role in the compromise eruption. In the last two years, he acquitted of the Mecca Masjid blast and Ajmer Dargah blasts cases. NIA did not challenge the culprits. He is currently out on bail in the compromise case.

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