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Govt has no plans to review terror cases involving right wing


New Delhi: Government has no plans to review terror cases involving right wing groups and such matters are between courts and the National Investigation Agency (NIA), probing all such cases, a senior official said on Friday.

The cases are lying before the courts and government has no role in it, the senior official said and ruled out the possibility of ordering any fresh investigations.

The terror cases allegedly involving cadres of a right wing organisation include 2007 Samjhuata train blast and 2008 Malegaon blast.

The official said one of the accused Lt Col Prasad Shrikant Purohit’s wife had complained of alleged unfair treatment to her husband during investigation.

The matter is with the NIA and if she is not satisfied, she can come to the Ministry of Home Affairs to redress her grievances, the official said.

Lt Col Purohit has been chargesheeted in the 2008 Malegaon blast case.

A blast rocked Malegain in Maharashtra in which four persons were killed while several others injured. The probe was initially conducted by the Maharashtra ATS and later handed over to the NIA.

Besides Purohit, Pragya Singh Thakur, Shivnarayan Kalsangra, Shyam Sahu, Ramesh Upadhya, Sameer Kulkarni, Ajay, Rakesh Dhawade, Jagdish Mhatre, Sudhakar Dwivedi, Sudhakar Chaturvedi and Pravin Takalki have been arrested.

The NIA has filed charge sheet against eight people in connection with Samjhauta blast case which includes Naba Kumar Sarkar alias Swami Asimanand, Late Sunil Joshi alias Sunilji, Ramchandra Kalsangra, Sandeep Dange (both absconding), Lokesh Sharma, Kamal Chauhan, Amit and Rajender Choudhary.

The case pertains to the criminal conspiracy which resulted in bomb blasts in the Attari Express (Samjhauta) train near Panipat, Haryana on February 18, 2007.

Ramaji Kalsangra and Sandeep Dange, who are absconding accused in the Samjauta blast case, have also been chargesheeted in this case.


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