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Council of Indian Muslims deplores attack on Samjhauta Express

London, 19 February 2007: The Council of Indian Muslims – UK (CIM) has strongly condemned the bombing of Samjhauta Express in Panipat, in the Northern Indian state of Haryana in which 67 passengers are reported killed and many more injured.

In a statement issued today CIM’s Chairman Mr Munaf Zeena said, “The nature of and the target in this attack should leave no doubt in any body’s mind that there are forces within and without that do not want stability in the Indian-subcontinent.

“This is an extremely cowardly act and shows how merciless and devoid of any human feelings, the perpetrators who, for their petty gains and some monetary gains, would not hesitate in committing these heinous kinds of acts.” Zeena added.

“Our hearts go to the families of those deceased and the injured in this senseless and shameful murder of innocent human beings.” Said Zeena 

Zeena also said, “Having failed in inciting sectarian riots by bombing temples and mosques in India, this act appears to be an act of desperation of those satanic and destructive forces. They have failed before and God willing will fail again.”

Zeena urged the Indian and Pakistani leaders “to stand firm in making Indo-Pak relations friendlier and thwart the plans of the mercenaries and their paymasters who rejoice in and benefit from the tense relations between the two countries.”

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