“Aseemanand clearly told me he was involved in the blasts but he retracted his statement later and that is it,” Shaik Abdul Kaleem said. 7 free,families wait for 3 missing accused in Malegaon blasts. Seven walked free after five years following Swami Aseemanand’s confession. 7 years ago. Find Aseemanand S Confession Latest News, Videos & Pictures on Aseemanand S Confession and see latest updates, news, information from NDTV .COM.
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Aseemanand: Story of 2 bails, 1 acquittal and no conviction
Abdul Kaleem, man ‘behind’ Aseemanand’s confession, gets bail. Another top-order failure can cost India the series – Opinion.
A graduate in physics, he did his post-graduation confeseion the University of Burdwanat which time his association with the RSS got stronger.
This page was last edited on 13 Decemberat Archived from the original on 4 January Apr 24, On 18 December, Aseemanand returned.
According to him, Indresh Kumar, who was recently questioned by the CBI, had financed several of the blasts, while Sunil Joshi and his team executed many of them. NIA not to challenge Assemanand’s bail: Tehelka political magazine claimed on 16 December that Aseemanand requested the magistrate to record his confession about his involvement in a string of Terror attacks.
A city court today granted bail to Abdul Kaleem, one of the men held in connection with the twin blasts in Hyderabad in and the man believed to be behind Swami Aseemanand’s confession. Local tribals told him that Shabarifrom the Ramayanahad lived in their forests which influenced Swami Aseemanand to build a Shabari temple there.
Aseemanand’s confession in blast case to police not voluntary: NIA court
EPW looks forward to your comments. The special NIA court that acquitted five accused in the year old Mecca Masjid blast case rejected the confessional statement of Hindutva preacher Swami Aseemanand, holding that it was recorded when he was in police custody and that it was not “voluntary”.
Terror accused Aseemanand set to walk free from jail. The RSS on Saturday sent a legal notice to the CBI, accusing it of “deliberately leaking” to the media the reported confession of right-wing activist Swami Aseemanand, the main accused in Samjhauta Express blast.
Swami Aseemanand’s confession reveals Hindutva terror activities – The Hindu
His early life was influenced by Ramakrishna Paramhansa and his world-renowned disciple Swami Vivekananda. As the interviews progressed, Aseemanand became increasingly open with the journalist. Swami Aseemanand is known for having worked to reconvert people in tribal areas.
Lessons from Aseemanand’s Confession. New 3 Month Subscription to Digital Archives at. Subscribers please login to access full text of the article. This article needs additional citations for verification. Ajmer Dargah blast case: Rayees says Aseemanand’s version of a change of heart leading to his confession is too simplistic to be taken at face value. There were 10 accused in the case.
Qseemanand with us Contact Us. Will Swami Aseemanand’s confession free the 9 Muslim men in jail since Septemberaccused of carrying out the Malegaon twin blasts? He is suspected to have been killed by his own men to cover up the terror act, Rajasthan Police has claimed. Retrieved 19 November Aseemanand is currently lodged in Jaipur jail.
After two years, Aseemanand was sent to Dangs district of Gujarat to work with tribals in the area. October 17, Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments. Aseemanand was not named as an accused confessiion the NIA in Malegaon blast case. In the order, the judge also observed that working for Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh RSS does not make a person communal and anti-social. CBI arrests Aseemanand in Haridwar”. In total, the recordings run to more than nine hours and 26 minutes.
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Related Articles Bail pleas of 4 accused in Malegaon blasts rejected. Economic and Political Weekly. A serial bomb blast took place in Samjhauta Express on February 18, The Times of India. Over the course of the next two years, the reporter interviewed Aseemanand, in prison, four times—on 10 January aseemanamd, 22 June9 Januaryand 17 January The bail means, Aseemanand walks out jail after seven years.
The case is still in the court of law. He was earlier acquitted in Ajmer blast case. The trial started only two years ago and on March 8 this year, a Jaipur court acquitted Aseemanand while convicting others in the case.