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Upendra Bharti | HENB | Mumbai | Jan 20, 2017:: The National Investigation Agency (NIA), probing the 2008 Malegaon bomb blast case, yesterday told the Bombay High Court that it has no objection if the HC grants bail to accused Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur.
Additional Solicitor General Anil Singh, appearing for NIA, said the agency has already held that the provisions of stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) are not applicable in the case.
But, this stand of NIA is not a new one. On Nov 16, 2016, the same solicitor General Anil Singh Additional appearing for the agency, expressed the same stand for ‘no objection if bail granted’ before the same Division Bench of Justice Ranjit More and Justice Shalini Phansalkar Joshi of Bombay HC.
In November 2015, the special court or Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act cases denied her bail, holding that prima facie there was some evidence against her.
But on May 13, 2016, while NIA filed a fresh charge sheet (after taking over the case from Maharashtra ATS), it approved a clean chit in favour of Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur.
Then the National Investigation Agency dropped all charges against Sadhvi Pragya Thakur and five others in the 2008 Malegaon blast case, while charges under the stringent MCOCA law had been given up against all the other 10 accused, including Lt. Col. Prasad Shrikant Purohit.
In such a situation Pragya Thakur moved the Bombay High Court after the special court for Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act cases denied her bail even on June 28, 2016.
On August 22, 2016 Sadhvi had moved the High Court stating that the special NIA court had failed to take the changed circumstances between November 2015 — when her last bail plea was rejected — and June 2016 into consideration. She was not freed then as the Indian judicial system works well for Sanju Baba, Salman Khan or Masarat Alam and not for Hindu saint like Sadhvi Pargya.
Repeated no objection for Sadhvi Pragya’s bail as conveyed by NIA to HC failed to give a bail to Sadhvi Pragya.
It is not absurd to assume that Sadhvi will not be released until her death is ensured in this anti-Hindu system.
Sadhvi, in her bail plea, claimed that she has been languishing in jail for over six years and with two probe agencies submitting contradictory findings to the court, it would not be correct to keep her in jail.
“The trial will take a long time to commence and conclude. The charges are yet to be framed in the case. The applicant is a woman who is suffering from a terminal disease.
Hence, it would proper for the court to grant her bail with whatever conditions it wishes to impose on her,” said the plea.
It further alleged that the ATS probe was a tainted one with several witnesses retracting their statements.
The HC will hear the plea again on January 31. The Great saying, ‘Justice delayed – Justice denied’ has been made a farce in this instant case.
A bomb strapped to a motorcycle had exploded in Malegaon on September 29, 2008, killing seven people and injuring around 100.
According to the investigating agencies then under Congress regime, the blast was carried out by right-wing extremists and a total of 11 persons are at present in jail in the case, including Lt Col Prasad Purohit and Sadhvi.
But, the investigating agencies have failed to prove connections of Blast with Sadhvi Pragya and others till date.
It is believed that ant-Hindu Congress, then in power, hatched a conspiracy to establish “Saffron Terrorism” connecting Malegaon blasts etc. which were actually unreal.