Mecca Masjid blast Shattered Lifes
Mecca Masjid blast Several youth were taken into custody, and let off following court intervention. Life for many of these youth falsely implicated has been a perennial struggle.
Five years after their lives turned topsy-turvy, families of those killed and injured in the Mecca Masjid bomb blast are still to recover from the shock. Though they are back to the routine life but the horrific tragedy that snatched away their dear ones
Shaik Abdul Kaleem from Saleem Nagar Colony was 19 when he was picked up by the cops. He as named accused number three. "I was on my way to a wedding when they came for me. I was ambitious and was pursuing medicine. But when I returned after bearing third degree torture for 18 months in jail, I found my dreams shattered as the college had rusticated me.
Abdul Raheem from Bandalaguda in a self-imposed house arrest when Saidabad and Madannapet were hit by communal violence recently. "The fear of police harassment kept me indoors when the incident of the desecration of a place of worship was reported on April 8. I was afraid when I found out that innocent youth were being picked up for questioning.
. "There have been instances when informers have come to me posing as patients ," says Dr Ibrahim Ali Junaid who was implicated for spreading hatred between communities by distributing incendiary content by means of CDs and literature.
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Wed 16 May, 2012,9:28:30 PM