Informer-Muslim Cop Nexus Behind TN Islamic Fundamentalism'


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[url=]States - The New Indian Express


In a startling revelation it has come to light
that a senior police officer in Tamil Nadu
had last year written to the Director
General of Police blaming an alleged nexus
between Muslim police informers and
intelligence sleuths as the reason for
thriving Islamic fundamentalist activities
including planting of bombs in Madurai. A
Muslim police informer was allegedly
involved in the planting of a high intensity
pipe bomb en route senior BJP leader L K
Advani's rath yatra in the temple town
during 2011.
These deep impacting allegations were
made by former Madurai SP V Balakrishnan
in two confidential letters written to the
DGP and Additional DGP in March and
August 2013.
Madras High Court (File photo/PTI)
These letters were on Thursday produced
in the Madras High Court (Madurai Bench)
by Peter Ramesh Kumar, the counsel for a
petitioner, who sought a CBI probe into the
various bomb planting cases in Madurai
alleging that the real accused were not
Balakrishnan has argued that police
informers belonging to the Muslim
community were themselves indulging in
subversive activities by abusing the faith
the police had placed on them and also
due to their alleged nexus with some
corrupt intelligence sleuths.
To buttress this contention, Balakrishnan in
a letter to the DGP dated March 29, 2013
pointed to a case registered by the
Avaniyapuram police against Syed Wahab
and Ismath relating to a case of extortion.
Of them, Ismath, who was an informer for
the City Intelligence unit, was involved in
the Advani pipe bomb planting case.
Also, Vijaya Perumal, a head constable
attached to the Madurai City Intelligence
Wing, had joined hands with Wahab and
conducted kangaroo courts settling
controversial real estate dealings.
Balakrishnan had in another letter written
to the Additional DGP on August 23, 2013
strongly objected to the transfer of an
Inspector of the SIT who was probing
cases related to bombs planted by Islamic
fundamentalists in the temple town. He
feared that the transfer of Inspector
Madasamy would embolden
fundamentalists to carry on with their
subversive activities.
The petitioner's counsel contended it
proved that the police themselves had
backed some fundamentalists and due to
their intervention the real accused in the
bomb planting cases were not arrested.
Justice R Subbiah, who heard the case
adjourned it to April 21 for further hearing.

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