PDP leader Waheed Para's bail plea rejected, court said - boosting terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir

PDP leader Waheed Para's bail plea rejected, court said - boosting terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir

A Special Court on Tuesday dismissed the bail plea of ​​People's Democratic Party (PDP) leader Waheed Para (Waheed Para), saying the allegations against him were of "serious and heinous nature" and the evidence gathered so far Initial analysis shows that he was promoting terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir as a political leader. In its 19-page order, the special court rejected the argument that Para is an emerging leader.

The court said that by looking at the CD file, it was found that on the pretext of a politician, the petitioner was playing an active role in the financial help of the terrorists and taking advantage of his position was also demanding arms and ammunition for payment. The court said that there has been a huge transaction in bank accounts and the matter is still being investigated and the facts will come out after the passage of time and completion of the investigation.

Mercury was arrested in a case related to terrorism

After being released from the National Investigation Agency-NIA court on January 9, Para was taken into custody by the Crime Investigation Department of Kashmir and was brought from transit custody in Jammu. The NIA arrested Para on 25 November in a separate case related to terrorism. Para's lawyer has claimed that his client won the District Development Council election while in the custody of the NIA.

"No importance can be given to the winning of mercury"

The investigating agency alleges that Para had given Rs 10 lakh to Naveed Babu, a Hizbul Mujahideen militant, who was banned for 'managing' the 2019 parliamentary elections in South Kashmir. The judge rejected the contention that no importance could be given to the winning of mercury as it meant that the petitioner was a very influential person and could tamper with the evidence and no witness would testify against him. ”


Kerala became its own country of fundamentalists, Nirmala Sitharaman targeted the CPI-M government

Kerala became its own country of fundamentalists, Nirmala Sitharaman targeted the CPI-M government

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday targeted the CPI (M) -led government of Kerala. He alleged that during its five-year reign, the state has become "its own country of fundamentalists", which is known as "God's own country". The minister also targeted Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for his budget and questioned the role of Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Board in budget making.

He criticized the alleged killing of an RSS worker in Alappuzha by SDPI activists last week. He alleged that violence is increasing in the Left ruled state. The Union Minister said, "I cry when I have to say that RSS pracharak Nandu Krishna was killed. Is this God's own country here? "

'Abuse of fundamentalists will not be questioned'

Sitharaman said these things while inaugurating a meeting organized by Kerala BJP President K Surendran on "Vijay Yatra". He alleged that the mistreatment of fundamentalists in Kerala will not be questioned as the CPI-M has an alliance with the SDPI through the back door.

'Why is Rahul avoiding going to those places'

At the same time, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan targeted Rahul Gandhi on Saturday. He questioned the Congress' silence in states like Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Puducherry and the Union Territory when they came to power. Vijayan also wanted to know why Rahul is not going to those states where the Congress is directly facing the BJP.

Vijayan questioned, "Rahul Gandhi is a prominent leader of the Congress Party. Is he going to the state where the Congress is directly competing with the BJP? What role did he play in Goa, Manipur, Bihar, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and more recently in Puducherry? Why is he silent about these states? Why is Congress national leader Rahul Gandhi refraining from going to places where his party is in direct competition with the BJP? ''


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