Ahmadabad, Gujarat: In connection with the Murder case, wherein the Two Bhartiya Janata Party’s leaders in Bharuch, Gujarat were killed, the National Investigation Agency- NIA has filed a charge sheet claiming that the killings were part of a larger conspiracy by fugitive terrorist and the members of the gang of underworld Don- Dawood Ibrahim based in Pakistan and South Africa.
It is also notable that the National Investigation Agency’s first charge sheet in this sensational double murder case, has been seen naming the Ten persons as accused who had allegedly conspired to create terror in the country by targeting local politicians.
Moreover, even though the NIA has filed a charge sheet naming ten persons as accused, it has reserved the two more arrested accused persons naming of the names in the charge sheet. Thus, the names of Abdul Samad and Nasir Khan Pathan, will entered in the next charge sheet which will be filed later.
Thus, now a charge is sheet is filed against the several accused persons, like Saiyed Imran, Zuheb Ansari, Mohmmad Yunus, Inayat Patel, Mohsin Khan Pathan, Nissarbhai Sheikh, Haider Ali, Abdul Salim Ghanchi, Abid Patel and Mohmmed Altaf Shaikh.
It is notable here, that the former Bhartiya Janata Party president to the Bharuch, namely, Shirish Bangali who was also one of the senior Rashtriya Swamsevak Sangh- RSS members and Pragnesh Mistry who was the then General Secretary to the BJP’s Yuva Morcha wing, were shot dead in the district by the two unidentified gunmen, in the month of November, last year.
Earlier the initial investigation in the case was made by the Police personnel, thereafter, the matter was handed over to the National Investigation Agency, on the grounds that the murders were committed at the instance of people from cross- border locations.
Now the present charge sheet is present before the National Investigation Agency Court of the Principal Judge- P. B. Desai. This charge sheet is also claiming that during the investigation period, the roles which were played by Co- accused were located in Pakistan and South Africa. Moreover, the NIA also forwarded an application before the court, along with charge sheet, and in such application the agency is seeking the permission for keeping the identity of some witnesses confidential, details of certain documents hidden.