In Samjhauta and Malegaon probes, the NIA walks a tight rope

niaNew Delhi, Apr 26: The National Investigation Agency finds itself in a tough position today. It is never easy to probe cases which have taken u-turns and more importantly mired in political controversy.
There has been a war of words that have broken out in almost all quarters about the Samjautha Express and Malegaon blasts case.

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If you thought Samjautha blast case was confusing, check out Malegaon 1 and 2

April 23: If you thought that the investigations into the Samjautha Express blasts case were confusing, then one must go through the case files in the Malegaon 1 and 2 cases.

In the Malegaon 1 case the probe by the Maharashtra ATS and the CBI had named Noorul Huda and 12 others as accused. Once the NIA took over the accused named were Manohar Nawaria and three others.

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Samjhauta blasts: Which confession do we believe?

Pic: Sify
Pic: Sify

October 2008- We carried out the Samjhauta blasts with the help of Pakistani nationals says Safdar Nagori, the head of the radical faction of the Students Islamic Movement of India. January 2011- I read about the in the newspaper.

I asked Sunil Joshi and he told me his men carried out the blasts- Swami Aseemanand an accused in the case. Ironically both have denied making such statements.

They state that they made these confessions to the police under duress. The point however is that how does one case have two set of accused?

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Samjhauta blast accused are in jail, not roaming scot free,India to tell Pak

asePakistan will raise the Samjhautha Express blasts case when its National Security Advisor visits India. Pakistan says that the blast which claimed several lives of Pakistanis was carried out by Indians and hence would want details on the trial.

An official informed OneIndia that the response where the Samjautha blasts case is concerned is ready. The trial is on track and all the accused are in jail and not roaming free, India has stated in a response which would be handed over to Pakistan.

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