By Muslim Mirror News,
Bangalore: Campus Front of India has staged a protest here on the 10th Anniversary of Ishrat Jahan fake encounter demanding justice to fake encounter victims in Gujarat and other places in the country. Addressing the demonstrators, Front leaders said justice eludes victims till this day who were cold-bloodedly killed for no crime.
“Those who have soul will never forget the incident, where an innocent girl was first kidnapped, then murdered in a fake encounter to get some medals and accolades from a government that was habitual to reward such operations. 10 years ago, some innocents were picked up and killed. Officers were rewarded and promoted for implementing the state policy in complete consciousness (as DG Vanzara puts in his words). Justice eludes them till this day. The one who planned and executed this insolent act are still roaming free, while the case has been tied under unending tangle of complicated laws and extensions”.
Iqbal Bellare Kanataka state president said Ishrat jahan and others who were killed are the victims of the ‘state terror’. Here the martyr girl was named as terrorist, and the actual culprits were given medals, promotions and other perks, he added. After that he Gujarat witnessed a string of fake encounters as of now there are more than half a dozen IPS level officers in jails in Gujarat under some or the other case. It’s hard to believe that this did not have the Patronage of the then Home minister who is now occupying one of the highest offices in the country. His non-application of mind in terror related issues has been known to whole world since the day judgment of Akhsardham temple came out.It was a moment of National shame when this girl had to die and the culprits occupy high offices and are showcased as some sort of revolutionaries.
National President of Front Abdul Nasar said that Campus front of India demands the President of India to take notice of the case personally and get justice to the victims and punish the accused .It is unfortunate and ugly truth of Indian democracy that those responsible for the encounter, instead of being in jail, are occupying high offices in Indian system, yet there is a hope that justice will prevail in our democratic constitutionally ruled country.