Soni Razdan seeks probe on Afzal Guru being made 'scapegoat'

Soni Razdan seeks probe on Afzal Guru being made 'scapegoat'

Soni Razdan seeks probe on Afzal Guru being made ‘scapegoat’

Soni Razdan on Tuesday requested a test into why the 2001 Parliament assault case convict Afzal Guru was made a “substitute” in a progression of tweets and he was hanged in 2013, notwithstanding his bringing up issues against his examining official.

In what is being viewed as plunging her finger into a consuming cauldron, Razdan’s’ dubious tweet stated: “This is a tragedy of equity. Who will bring back a man from the dead on the off chance that he is honest? This is the reason capital punishment isn’t to be utilized delicately.”

The 64-year old on-screen character, who is part German and part-Kashmiri Pandit and is the mother of top Bollywood star Alia Bhatt, said this is likewise why “there should be a strong enquiry into why Afzal Guru was made the substitute”.

Razdan’s subsequent tweet read, “There Should be Inquiry into Why Davinder Singh Was Let off after Afzal… There ought to likewise be an enquiry with respect to how individuals like Afzal are tormented and compelled to complete fear based oppressor exercises for lawbreakers and afterward get capital punishment!”, said Razdan, spouse of acclaimed producer Mahesh Bhatt.

In her third tweet razdan stated, “Nobody is stating he is honest. In any case, on the off chance that he was tormented and, at that point requested by his torturer to do what he did isn’t that what should have been completely examined ? For what reason did nobody pay attention to his claims about Devinder Singh. That is the crime.”

Her tweets came with regards to the January 11 capture of Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Davinder Singh, who has been charged for purportedly going with three feared psychological oppressors in a vehicle.

Davinder Singh had been named by Afzal Guru in a letter that he had written from Tihar Central Jail to his legal advisor Sushil Kumar. Master was hanged till death on February 9, 2013.

Afzal Guru was captured and saw as blameworthy for the December 13, 2001, Parliament assault which left 14 dead including five psychological militants.

Davinder Singh is as of now being examined by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

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