Who Killed Karkare Book In Hindi
Mushrif has pointed out such lapses on the part of the investigative agencies in all the nine cases he has analysed in chapter no. 3 of the book. It is high time that the National Investigative Agency reopened all the cases, reinvestigated them with open mind, taking into consideration, among other tings, the lines suggested by Mushrif and nail the real perpetrators and conspirators of terrorism in India.Website: www.whokilledkarkare.comMG News Desk
Who Killed Karkare Book In Hindi
Who Killed Karkare?: The Real Face of Terrorism in India by S. M. Mushrif. This book was published in October 2009, that is a year after 26/11 Terror Attack, is written by a former senior Maharashtra top cop, with a distinguished career that included unearthing the Telgi scam, peeps behind the propaganda screen, using material mostly in the public domain as well as his long police experience. The Times of India called this book controversial and quoted that the author he had highlighted in his book how former ATS chief Hemant Karkare was killed in a conspiracy hatched by Intelligence Bureau (IB) to pave way for the appointment of their favoured KP Raghuvanshi as ATS chief to thwart investigations against the Hindu hardliners allegedly involved in Malegaon blast of 2006.
Mushrif has written a book, Who killed Karkare?, wherein he points fingers at the Intelligence Bureau (IB). He claims in his book that since independence, the IB has been repeatedly ignoring incidents of Hindu hardliners who have caused violence and instead focusing on Islamic terrorists.
dcruncher4, I thought you are more sensible than Riaz. Are you saying that, but for Pakistanis taking their hatred to west (which you yourself admitted), everything else is fine in Pakistan. I mean expunging Ahmediyas from Islam (I can show you TV programs in Pakistan TV where mullas openly dictate that Ahmediyas must be killed en-masse because they are murtads) is OK by you.As an Indian I have no problems admitting the hate in my country. But the biggest difference is that, in Pakistan law perpetuates the hatred. Declaring of Ahmediyas as non muslims, Blasphemy act which gives carte blanch to anyone to kill non mulims (and even muslims) in the name of insult to islam/Mohd is a classic example of state sponsored hatred. Luckily in India, there is no such law. That is why the west still believes India is a peaceful country. Of course india can easily demolish that if we start behaving like Pakistanis and start blowing upeveryone.In facebook there is even a channel called "Oust Narendra Modi" and you can see that majority of those who are part of that channel are Hindus. I would happily see links of channel among Pakistanis like"Acknowledge 1971 genocide"or"Ahmediyas deserve sympathy"or"The concept of Jihad has to beabandoned".The trouble with Pakistanis is that they expect rest of the world to be uninformed. In this day and age it is no longer possible to fool anyone under the garb of "context", "cultural thing". Even the most avg american now understands the theology behind the hatred shown my muslims and or pakistanis.
But Riaz mian, the number of killings in Pakistan seem to be order of magnitude more than in India. These days almost daily.No wonder it is called "the most dangerous place in the world".The world does not see India and Pakistan same when it comes to security. The word hindu terrorists will evoke no feelings in the west. While islamic terrorism will immediately solicit opinion from all and sundry. Congrats. You earned that reputation. Keep it up.This is one area in which we Indians do not match Pakistanis.Check that Australian cricket team, English cricket team visit India whereas they don't want to visit Pakistan. In fact English team was in india when Mumbai was attached by terrorists last Nov, and then they came back. When was the last time a visiting team to Pakistan showed the same courtesy. Do you know Australia last visited Pakistan in 1998.Also FDI to India does not seem to stop or worried by 'hindu terrorists', where as no one wants to invest anything in Pakistan due to its image. Wanna comment on that.PS: This book "who killed karkare" will sell no where close to any typical anti islam books by Robert Spencer.
Some 700 people have been killed in more than half a dozen militant attacks in Mumbai since 1993, including the horrific assault in November 2008. And the violence shows no signs of abating, according to Soutik Biswas as of the BBC who traces the origins of Mumbai violence to anti-Muslim riots by Hindu fanatics in early 1993 after Babri Masjid demolition by the BJP-Sangh Parivar-led Hindu mobs:The most commonly peddled narrative is that by attacking its much touted financial and entertainment capital, you deal a body blow to India and get global media attention. But that is only a small part of the story. Many residents will tell you that Mumbai began going downhill in early 1993 when it convulsed in religious rioting and murder for two weeks following the demolition of the Babri mosque by Hindu fanatics in December 1992. At least 900 people died, mostly Muslims. Two months after the riots, the underworld set off series of bombs to avenge the riots, killing more than 250 people. Many of them were Muslims too.That is when the rule of law broke down, many say irretrievably. A 1998 two-volume report on the religious riots was ignored by successive governments, who failed to prosecute politicians and policemen involved in the rioting. At the same time, the authorities were seen to proceed swiftly with prosecuting those involved in the bombings, leading to allegations that the government was anti-Muslim. The seeds of mistrust between the two largest communities in India's most cosmopolitan city had been firmly planted.The image of Mumbai as a liberal city ruled by law and reason has long turned out to be a chimera, according to Gyan Prakash, author of Mumbai Fables, a much acclaimed book on the restless city. Over the years, say many analysts, the state's authority has been eroded as a nexus of greedy politicians, a thriving underworld, unscrupulous property developers and a discredited police force seem to have been ruling the roost, undermining institutions.Last month, gunmen shot dead the city's leading crime journalist on a rainy morning and zipped away openly on their motorbikes. A block of flats meant for war widows was allegedly grabbed by politicians, retired army officers and other such privileged folks, until the courts stepped in. "Conspiracies hatched by politicians, builders, criminals, Hindu militants and Muslim dons appeared to be the underlying dynamic of the city. Anger and violence ruled the street," wrote Mr Prakash of the city in the mid-1990s. Not much has changed - the poisonous cocktail endures, and makes the city easy to attack. The rich in Mumbai, as a friend says, live with one foot in New York and one foot in the city. The poor and the middle-class bleed.Behind the deceptive facade of its glitzy nightlife, fancy ocean-front flats owned by film stars and businessmen, and India's most expensive building, owned by its richest man, Mumbai is a tired and bitter city, being eaten up from within. The majority of its people live in slums, and millions live on the streets. This cannot make for a very happy place, and the city's "resilient spirit" has now become the cruellest Indian cliche. And what attracts religious extremists to launch attacks here? They are appalled, says the city's most famous chronicler, Suketu Mehta, that Mumbai stands for "lucre, profane dreams and indiscriminate openness".... -south-asia-14140991
Here's a Countercurrent.org Op Ed by Raveena Hansa regarding Mumbai 2008 investigation:A great deal of new evidence concerning the 26 November 2008 terrorist attacks in Bombay has emerged over the past year. This includes the book Who Killed Karkare: The Real Face of Terrorism in India by S.M.Mushrif, a former police officer with a distinguished record, who uses news reports during and just after the attacks to question the official story; the book To the Last Bullet by Vinita Kamte (the widow of Ashok Kamte) and Vinita Deshmukh; revelations concerning Hemant Karkare's bullet-proof jacket and post-mortem report; the David Coleman Headley trial; and the trial of Ajmal Kasab, Fahim Ansari and Sabauddin Shaikh. I do not include the Ram Pradhan Commission report on police responses to the attack, for reasons I will explain. ------------It has been established that Headley was an agent of the US Drug Enforcement Administration, and his plea bargain leads us to conclude he was also a US intelligence agent: in other words, a spy. It is also known he was involved with the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), and supplied information to them about targets attacked on 26/11. -----------This consistent pattern of framing Muslims even for attacks in which the overwhelming majority of victims were Muslims, as in the case of the Samjhauta Express train blasts in 2007, could not have been sustained without the participation of the IB and police. Investigations into the Nanded blasts in 2006 revealed that bombs made by the RSS and Bajrang Dal had earlier been set off at mosques in Parbhani (2003), Jalna (2004), and Purna (2004), and were about to be used in another terrorist attack in Aurangabad when they went off prematurely. But half-hearted prosecutions allowed members of the network to get away. Ironically, local protests at the way the case was being mishandled led to its being transferred to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which further diluted the charges (Mushrif 153-67)! Initial investigations by the local police pointed to Hindutva groups as the perpetrators of the blasts at a Muslim festival in Malegaon in 2006 that killed over 30 and injured hundreds, yet again the police, the Maharashtra ATS (then headed by K.P.Raghuvanshi) who took over from the police, and the CBI who took over from the ATS charged Muslims against whom there was no evidence whatsoever (Khan 2010). It appeared that Hindutva terror groups could commit mass murder with impunity (Gatade 2008). ----------If extremists are allowed to infiltrate India's state institutions unchecked, its constitution and secular character would eventually be destroyed. Hemant Karkare and Shahid Azmi lost their lives while trying to save India from this dire fate. We must ensure that they did not die in vain.