Swami Aseemanand acquitted in Mecca Masjid Blast case

NIA Court has acquitted Swami Assemanand and other four by pronouncing the verdict narrates “Prosecution didn’t have any evidence to prove the conspiracy.” The conspiracy theory which the prosecution plotted is about Hindu terrorism – Hindu outfits indulging to evoke the violence against Muslims & their places of worship and displease the communal harmony.

Eleven years of the burden of blame and ruined lives under disastrous media trial, Swami Aseemanand, and other Hindu activists were accused of the blast at Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad where eight people were killed, and 58 were injured. Later followed by riot, five more were dead.

This acquittal glares the failure of investigation agency to try real culprits and falsely accused Swami Aseemanand who lifespan got wasted. Noteworthy, Swami Aseemanand has a long service portfolio in tribal welfare and was working for the upliftment of tribal people in the area of Dang in Gujarat before he was arrested. Swami Aseemanand has worked at the Andaman and Nicobar islands for tribals welfare with the association of with Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram (VKA).

Hindu Activists demand for compensation

Now, after acquittal, the activists from Hindu fraternity has taken on the issue of Swami Aseemanand’s life under penury. Hindu activist Jitendra Khurana has written to NHRC. While talking to ‘The Article,’ he has raised the demand for compensation to be provided to Swami Aseemanand and others.

“I have written a letter to National Human Right Commission asking for compensation and further, to constitute an inquiry committee to recommend the crackdown upon police/ NIA officials involved in incriminating Swami Aseemanand and those who tortured, even forced to him to write a confession letter,” – Khurana said.

You can follow Jitendra Khurana here @iJKhurana

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