Human Rights

Ajmer Blast accused a Pakistani migrant

Ahmadabad: Mukesh Vasani, who has been arrested by the Rajasthan ATS for his involvement in the Ajmer Dargah blast, belongs to a migrant family from Pakistan. The family arrived in India in 1960s and since then has been living in Godhara. The family hails from Sindh region. An interesting fact emerging about Mukesh is his love for animals. His father was an employee in the vaternery department. For several years Mukesh had been in the forefront of “Cow Protection Front” (Gauraksha samiti) and had been responsible for several vehicles detained which transported animals. He had gained quite a notoriety as a staunch gaubhakta. A person devoted so sincerely for protecting animal lives had no qualms in planting bomb in the dargah because after all the Muslim victims are far inferior to animals. This is how young men are indoctrinated – Vedic hinsa hinsa na bhavati (religious killings are not act of violence).

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 December 2010 on page no. 11

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