Hello BDD YOUTH,

Today i am going to put a serious question before you giving out some of the deatils so be decisive in answering this one.

It was JUNE 17.
"It is the first time I heard of the Lashkar-e-Taiba," said Shamima(June 17,2004), mother of the 19-year-old Ishrat Jahan Shamim Raza, who was gunned down, along with three others, by the Ahmedabad police for allegedly as the suspect for plotting the murder of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

At her home in her tiny apartment in Rashid compound in this crowded town in Thane district, Shamima was told of the death of her daughter, a second-year science student at Mumbai's Gurunanak Khalsa College, by reporters on Tuesday evening.

"My daughter used to leave at eight in the morning and come home at four and then take tuitions. She also helped me with running the house. She had no time for herself and was my main support," said Shamima (June 17,2004).

Friends, neighbours and well-wishers were standing around the three-storeyed apartment in anger and silence. No one could believe that Ishrat was not among them any more. All her neighbours and friends said that Ishrat was an innocent girl. In college, Ishrat, a B.Sc. student, was popular.

"She left on Saturday but I did not know where she had gone. Later, my children told me she had taken some clothes with her. It was a good thing her ID-card was with her, otherwise we would have never known," her mother said in a silent voice.

Then after that day Ishrat Jahan's family appealed to the metropolitan magistrate court for justice and recently ,Law Minister M Veerappa Moily said The killing of Mumbai student Ishrat Jahan by Gujarat Police four years ago was "inhuman" and all those responsible for her death should be punished, he said this a day after a metropolitan magistrate's report proved that it was a "fake encounter".

Moily even told that ,"This is inhuman, if a proper investigation is done then many more skeletons will come out,."

The Gujarat police had claimed that Ishrat Jahan was a member of the terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba and that she and her three friends were on a mission to kill Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi when they were gunned down on the outskirts of Ahmedabad in June 2004.

However, according to the 240 page report by metropolitan magistrate SP Tamang, the four -- Ishrat Jahan, Javed Ghulam Sheikh alias Pranesh Kumar Pillai, Amjad Ali alias Rajkumar Akbar Ali Rana and Jisan Johar Abdul Gani -- were not linked with any terror group and were killed in a "fake encounter".

Now Govt.of Gujarat has asked not to get attached with this decision and they will now appeal in Higher Court for justice.

If Higher Court lso thinks that the decision given by the lower court was absolutely right than the case cannot be even filed in neither the High Court nor the Supreme Court,and in such conditions the Chief Minister of Gujarat Mr.Narendra Modi will be in a great trouble.

Problems for Mr.Narendra Modi(CM of GUJARAT)

- He can be asked to resign from the post.
- Currently Elections are going on in Gujarat on some of the vacant seats.
- He can be put behind bars.
- End of his political career.
- End of BJP in the State.
- This can lead to the opening of many other cases against him from the civil war in Gujarat.

Now What do you think
Was Ishrat Jahan's Encounter TRUE or FAKE?

In Loving Memory Of Ishrat Jahan,Javed Ghulam Sheikh alias Pranesh Kumar Pillai, Amjad Ali alias Rajkumar Akbar Ali Rana and Jisan Johar Abdul Gani

Writer,
Manish Jain
Gujju




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