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ISI Agent- who?

Samajwadi Party leader and former minister for defence Mulayam Singh Yadav has accused the BJP government of being in league with Pakistan’s ISI and it had plotted to close down the Aligarh Muslim University in the name of the ISI. Earlier the owner of Jain TV Channel and a staunch supporter of BJP, Dr JK Jain was also accused of being an agent of the ISI for which Dr Jain raised great hue and cry. The accusation by Samajwadi Party’s leader assumes significance because neither any Muslim nor any BJP member has accused Jain of being an ISI agent, but it is the highest investigating agency of the government, RAW, which has, in its report, accused him of being an agent of ISI.

Probably it is for the first time that such a senior and influential leader of the BJP has been accused so by the top investigation agency while the BJP itself is in power. Reacting to this report of RAW, Dr Jain has accused Prime Minister Vajpayee’s principal secretary Brajesh Mishra of doing so at the behest of an industrial house and protested in a novel way against the allegation. He reached Parliament wearing clothes on which it was written: 'Am I an agent of ISI?' and 'Is Jain TV an ISI-supported institution?' Many MPs sympathized with him. The former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar even sent him some couplets by way of consolation which included:
Maidaan-e imtihaan hai, ghabra kay hut na jana

Takleef zindagi main choton pe chot khana.
It seems that Chandra Shekhar, in poetic language, has pronounced Jain's innocence. Samajwadi, BSP and CPI too expressed their solidarity with him. Sabt-e Razi, a congress MP, wrote him a couplet. 

It need not be clarified here that it is BJP which had started a movement of villifying Muslims by keeping them with ISI and which is prevalent even today. These accusation swere made without any proof. Even some Ulama and religious madarsas were not spared. But when the top secret agency of the country accuses I.K. Jain of being an ISI agent, government is silent. Political parties, instead of demanding the publication of RAW report, are all sympathizing with him. If, God forbid, any Muslim leader would have been accused of being an agent of ISI, no political leader would have sympathised with him and he would have been imprisoned. There are even reports that the Home Minister Advani had tried to get his name deleted from the report. But, however, he could not succeed.

We demand that the government should make RAW’s report public so that the people should know the reasons or bases on which Jain has been declared ISI agent. If it does not do so, samajwadi Party’s accusation of BJP governments’ complicity with ISI can not be completely rejected.
(Rashtriya Sahara edit, translated from Urdu)
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