The biggest revelation so far

July 08 2013

There is an uproar in the country that if NIA has a copy of interrogation with David Hadley, where he has talked about Ishrat being a Lashkar-e-Taiba operative, what is that statement not being made public? Bigmouth Diggy Raja is also shouting it out from the rooftops. In the same series of events, newly-appointed Home Secretary Anil Goswami, at the behest of Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, had spoken to the NIA Director N R Vasan. If sources are to be believed, Vasan disagreed having ever said something like this. Whereas the truth is that after returning from the US, the NIA, in the presence of the prime minister, had handed over a report to the National Security Advisor, which allegedly has Hadley’s confession. This confession of Hadley’s is available in NIA’s report’s para 159-160. But the problem is that even if it wants, the NIA can’t use this report the way it wants to, because when the NIA’s team went to the US to question and interrogate Hadley, the agency had officially signed an oath letter saying that it will not use Hadley’s confession for any court case. So be it Shinde, Chidambaram or our prime minister or our National Security Advisor, everyone knows the reality about Ishrat but no one wants to talk about it.

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