Pakistan seeks Kasab's extradition - Indian Plot BS exposed !

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  1. A.V.

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    ISLAMABAD: In an apparent bid to facilitate a meeting between their Prime Ministers at the SAARC summit, Pakistan on Sunday responded to India's three dossiers given to it in February and asked New Delhi to hand over Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone terrorist captured alive during the Mumbai attacks.

    Pakistan's request for access to Kasab was contained in its response to the three Indian dossiers provided to it during the February 25 foreign secretary-level talks in New Delhi, official sources said.

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    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...-extradition-of-Kasab/articleshow/5855117.cms


















    Now now does this officially show something and whats the clown saying now about kasab being a RAW trained guy
     
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  3. JANA

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    As if without this they might not had met in SAARC summit. ToI had gone more nuts. Their initial intro of the news was somewhat ok but this one sucks.
     
  4. Daredevil

    Daredevil On Vacation! Administrator

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    The BS that Mumbai 26/11 attacks was a false flag operation carried out by Indians including Kasab was peddled by proven pakistani army stooges and clowns like Zaid Hamid, Ahmed Quereshi, Shireen Mazari etc.. who were clutching to the straws in light of acceptance of Pakistani government that Kasab and other pigs involved in the attacks were Pakistanis. Hope that will put one more full stop to that BS peddling.
     
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    Janaji I am no fan of TOI but I did not find anything nutty about the article. The option of another cold shoulder by PM Singh still exists. Remember the current UPA-II is under tremondous pressure from the opposition and another Sharm-al Sheikh will not be tolerated by the law makers from withing the Congress and the opposition.
     
  6. nandu

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    Pakistan wants Indian magistrates to testify

    Formally seeks custody of Kasab

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Sunday formally sought the custody of Ajmal Amir Kasab — the lone surviving terrorist from the 2008 Mumbai attacks — and requested Indian magistrates to testify in the Rawalpindi trial of seven Lashkar-e-Taiba men charged with involvement in that crime.

    The formal request was made by the Foreign Office when officials submitted a dossier to Indian Deputy High Commissioner Rahul Kulshreshth here on Sunday morning. On Saturday, Interior Minister Rehman Malik indicated Pakistan would seek Kasab's custody as his confessional statement was crucial for the prosecution's case against the seven men.

    The dossier submitted by the Foreign Office is understood to be a response to the one India handed over to Pakistan in February at the Foreign Secretary-level talks. Indian High Commission officials said the dossier would be sent to India for further examination. Also, the legal ramifications of Pakistan's request for custody of Kasab will have to be scrutinised as the two countries do not have an extradition treaty.

    Besides, the Interior Ministry wants India to allow the metropolitan magistrates and police officials who recorded Kasab's statement to appear before the Pakistan courts where the seven LeT men are under trial. Defence lawyers have been arguing that Kasab's confessional statement cannot be used against their clients because he was not being tried in the same court.

    In view of this, the Federal Investigation Agency had informed the anti-terrorism court, where the seven are being tried, that it would approach Interpol to issue Red Corner Notices for Kasab and Fahim Ansari (who allegedly conducted reconnaissance for the attack).

    India reacts cautiously

    Special Correspondent adds from New Delhi:

    Indian officials on Sunday reacted cautiously to the Pakistani request for the Mumbai magistrates and investigating officer to testify before the Rawalpindi court. Asked by The Hindu if this was a step forward, a senior official said “Maybe.” “There are too many moving parts [right now] to take a call.” He said it was a potential step forward but one could not conclude that with certainty yet.

    Senior lawyers said India could consider Pakistan's request if the magistrates concerned were prepared to be examined as witnesses voluntarily.

    Shanti Bhushan said if Kasab's confessional statement implicating some other accused facing trial in Pakistan required corroboration as per Pakistani law, India could consider such a request. P.P. Rao said the law allowed for such evidence to be provided in writing as well.

    The Pakistani dossier and request comes on the eve of the SAARC summit in Bhutan, where Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is likely to meet his Pakistani counterpart, Yusuf Raza Gilani, on the sidelines.

    http://www.hindu.com/2010/04/26/stories/2010042658380100.htm
     
  7. nandu

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    No handing over of Kasab

    There is no question of India agreeing to Pakistan's demand for custody of Ajmal Amir Kasab for testifying against the seven Lashkar-e-Taiba men being tried in a Rawalpindi court for involvement in the November 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. Of the 10 men who carried out the three-day attack, Kasab was the only one captured alive. His “admission of guilt” statement to the Mumbai court that tried him has provided many details of the LeT involvement in the attack, even though he later denied all of it. The court will pronounce its verdict on May 3. Given the legal position and also the known links between the LeT and Pakistan intelligence agencies, there is no question of India acceding to Pakistan's demand. While Islamabad did take some unprecedented steps in the wake of the Mumbai attacks leading to the indictment and the ongoing trial, it has subsequently failed to show sincerity in dealing with the LeT and other anti-India militant groups. Instead, the government has given a long leash to the Jamat-ud-dawa, the charity front of LeT, and its leader Hafiz Saeed.

    Even if we assume that the custody demand is not a ploy by Pakistan to shift the blame on New Delhi for its inaction against the perpetrators of the Mumbai attack, and is born of a legal tight corner for the prosecution in the Rawalpindi court, there are ways of getting around it. The demand for Kasab can be traced back to a defence argument that his confessional statement was not admissible in a Pakistan court. In response, the prosecution sought to make him a party to the Pakistani trial — asking the court to declare him a fugitive and declaring its intention of seeking an Interpol “red corner” notice for him. In addition to Kasab's custody, Pakistan has asked for the magistrates and police officials who recorded Kasab's statements to testify before the Rawalpindi court. Since the Pakistani authorities have repeatedly said that their own investigation has yielded sufficient evidence to obtain convictions against the seven accused, this legal tangle over Kasab, if that is what it is, should not have arisen. But if the case needs strengthening, both sides should be able to agree that as provided by the law, the magistrates who took down Kasab's statements can provide the required testimony — in writing, as the law allows, rather than in person. The Law Ministries on both sides should be able to handle the required procedures. The demand for Kasab must not be allowed to become a new source of hostile rhetoric between the two countries.

    http://beta.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/article411025.ece
     
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    Yeah right! We will hand over Kasab, so that ISI, Army and your Government nurtures him into the next LeT Chief.
     
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    Five Reasons that 26/11 was the false flag ops by indian intelligence:

    1.Everyone knows that PM Manmohan singh believes in genuine peace between india and pakistan but at every steps his moves were sabotaged from with in the congress/opposition/Army/bureaucracy.
    2.After Havana meet PM manmohan singh and gen.pervaiz musharraf devised the joint terror mechanism and the ceasefire along the whole LOC in J&K.
    3.Result of which two agreed upon demilitarizing the siachin and they almost on agreement in back door diplomacy but then Indian Army chief sabotaged this by leaking this media there by opposition created havoc for PM manmohan singh in parliament there by forcing him to drag his feet from the issue.
    4.Kutch issue too met the same fate as of siachin.
    5.PM manmohan singh and Gen mushraff were also close to deal on kashmir which was even confirmed by Musharraf and pm manmohan sing themselves and recently was also confirmed by kasuri that the deal on kashmir was only signature away but then gen pervaiz musharraf was over thrown.and to sabotage the composite dialogue and kashmir peace process/deal itself elements with in indian establishment did 26/11.Which permanently sabotaged PM manmohan shing's peace process.
     

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