Indian law enforcement organizations have not been not doing their homework correctly. Last week we came to know the blunder of naming an Indian national in the list of 50 most wanted terrorists from Pakistan. And today, news reports came in suggesting that CBI has reached Denmark for extradition of Purulia arms accused Kim Davy with an expired warrant!
Wazhul Kamar Khan, suspected of having a hand in the 2003 Mulund blast, lives in Thane, Mumbai. There’s not even a chargesheet filed against him by the police and trial court released him on bail. Yet, Our Defense Ministry led by Congressman P Chidambaram approved a list of 50 Most Wanted criminals hiding in Pakistan, which had the name of Wazhul as well. This serious blunder could help Pakistan make a mockery of the names of remaining 49 terrorists.
Just after this guffaw, CNN-IBN reported today that the CBI team has gone to Copenhagen, Denmark with an expired warrant. The CBI team was sent to Copenhagen to extradite Purulia arms accused Kim Davy. However, CBI now finds that the extradition warrant issued by Kolkata court in October 2010 expired on Jan 3 2011. Why they did not check this before leaving India is anybody’s guess. They are now trying to obtain an extension of the warrant.
Davy is the prime accused in the Purulia arms drop case of 1995. He was in news recently as he pointed fingers at the then Congress Govt, saying the arms were dropped on request of Congress and the party even helped him escape India. In such a scenario, when the ruling party is involved in the crime, and CBI botches the case, something does look fishy.