DMK govt ordered six cases dropped against Muslim fundamentalists in TN
Tamil Nadu’s DMK government ordered that cases be dropped against 12 Muslim fundamentalists, all followers of Kichaan Buhari, an Al Umma sympathizer and key accused in the Coimbatore serial blasts.
Cases were registered against the 12 in 2000 and 2001 under IPC Sections 153 A (promoting enmity or hatred between different religious communities) and 120 B (criminal conspiracy).
The six cases, relating to desecration of idols of Hindu deities in villages surrounding Melapalayam near Tirunelveli, were at the trial stage in the district court when the GO (MS No. 431 dated May 27, 2006) was issued by the state Home department, ordering the Tirunelveli district collector to drop the cases.
This shows the extent of Minority appeasement policies of government in India, who wish to fight against Internal fundamentalist and Pakistan sponsored terrorism. But they prefer to help the accused instead and allow them to go scot free so that they can plan their terror again.
On the same lines Kerala Government also passed a resolution earlier supporting the main accused in the Coimbatore bomb blast.