Intensifying its efforts to demand justice for the Muslim accused
who are in jail since 2006, the Kul
Jamaati Tanzeem of Malegaon is sitting for a day-long dharna March
05 at Aazd Maidan in Mumbai. The dharna is supported by dozens of
NGOs from all across the state including Mumbai.
"Kul Jamaati Tanzeem of Malegan,
which is the united forum of all Muslim sects is orgaising a
day-long dharna at Azad Maidan in Mumbai on Saturday", Kul Jamaati
Tanzeem leader Maulana Ab Hameed Azhari said to ummid.com.
"The dharna is aimed at pressing the
government for fair and transparent probe in the 2006 Malegaon
blast and immediate release of the Muslim youths who are
languishing in jail since 2006", he added.
"The protest has received supports
from The Muslim Council of Aurangabad, Qaumi Majlis-e-Shura,
Mumbai Aman Committee, Movement for Peace and Justice, and dozen
other NGOs and groups from all across Maharashra", he said.
"It is also been supported by the
secular non-Muslim groups and activists, who will be coming from
various places in Maharashrra to join the Saturday's dharna
against the government's apathy towards the innocent Muslim youths
framed in cooked-up cases", he said.
Established in 2006, the Kul Jamaati
Tanzeem is seeking justice for the Muslim youths who are blamed of
killing Muslims by conspiring the series of blasts that struck the
Muslim dominated textile town on September 08 in 2006. Tanzeem
intensified its demands after the confessional statement of Swami
Aseemanand - one of the accused arrested in various blast cases,
said, the Muslim youths arrested in 2006 Malegaon blast are
Kul Jamaati Tanzeem, along with
Jamiatul Ulema and other Muslim groups, is also extending the
legal support to the Muslim youths. Following Aseemanand's confession, the accused have approached the court for
bail, the hearing on which is slated for March 07, 2011.