May 27, 2011

Daewood ibrahim's brother living happily in mumbai

When india on one hand asking for daewood but in another hand our congress lead india giving all sort of protection to terrorist's brother and when he was attempted to kill by chotta rajan ,the police is working in full swing to protect a terrorist.our congress lead government is more concern about lifes of daewood's brother,kasab and afzal guru but never thinks about common man life.This terrorist take hundreds of lives without thinking a second and we in reply take decades to hang these people ,either they may escape by hijacking any plane nor they will die naturally.11crores per year has been spent on kasab and why this stupid government wasting hard earned people's tax money for 2 years and still we dont know when he will be hanged?

Delaying Afzal Guru's execution is vote bank politics: BJP

A day after mercy petitions of two death row convicts were rejected by President Pratibha Patil, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Friday demanded rejection of the mercy plea of parliament terror attack accused Afzal Guru, terming the delay in his execution "vote-bank politics".
"It is a copy book example of vote-bank politics. A few days back there was a comment from (Delhi Chief Minister) Sheila Dikshit and her officers that the then home minister Shivraj Patil had asked to delay the petition," party spokesman Ravishankar Prasad told reporters.

"Tthe mercy petition should be rejected at the earliest and action be taken," Prasad said.

"This (the parliament attack) was an attack on the nation. Had even one person gone inside parliament with an AK-47, the entire leadership of all political parties could have been killed, and it has been treated like this," he said.

President Patil Thursday rejected the mercy petition of Davinder Pal Singh Bhullar, who was convicted for the 1993 car bomb attack outside the Indian Youth Congress office in New Delhi that killed 12 people and injured 29.

The president has also rejected the mercy petition of Mahendra Nath Das of Assam, who was sentenced to death for murdering a person while out on bail in another murder case.

Afzal Guru is accused of collaborating with five terrorists who attacked India's parliament Dec 13, 2001, killing nine security personnel and staff before being gunned down.