Mumbai Drama Fraud of Indian-Hindu Con-Artists Exposed
Interview of Lahore High Court (LHC) Advocate Chaudhry Muhammad Farooq
with Ummat Newspaper and Aaj TV of Pakistan:
Information Press - http://www.InformPress.com
By Wajih Ahmad Sheikh
Lahore, Pakistan, 16 December 2008 (The News International) - A
Lahore- based lawyer has claimed that Ajmal Kasab whom Indian
authorities have accused of involvement in Mumbai attacks was actually
kidnapped by Indian [intelligence] agency, RAW, while he was in Nepal
on a business tour.
Talking with The News here on Monday at his office, LHC [Lahore High
Court] lawyer Chaudhry Muhammad Farooq, known as CM Farooq, said Ajmal
is the real name of the person who is in the custody of Indian
security agencies, which had suffixed the epithet 'Kasab' (butcher) to
Also the head of an NGO, Voice for the Human & Prisoner's Rights, the
lawyer said some of the relatives of Ajmal contacted him in middle
June 2007 and apprised him of Ajmal's disappearance in Nepal. He said
he prepared the case till February 2008 following which he moved to
"I filed a habeas corpus [petition] in the Nepal Supreme Court. The
Chief Justice of Nepal [Mr. Kedar Prasad Giri] heard the petition and
admitted it for proper hearing." He said he had made Nepal's Home
Department, Defence Department, Nepal Government and Indian agencies a
party in the case.
He said he had contacted Nepal Police, its Home Department, United
Nation's Human Rights Wing in Nepal as well as all human rights
activists, NGOs, embassies of different countries and apprised them
about the kidnap of a Pakistani national by Indian agencies. He said
the Nepal Government told him that he was making pointless efforts to
know the real facts as to Ajmal and the other missing persons and
He said Ajmal's arrest by Indian agency had also been published by the
media in Nepal. He said Ajmal's friends apprised the family about his
arrest by the Indian authorities. He said Ajmal had gone to Nepal
along with his four business partners who used to visit Nepal for
business. Besides, he added, there were three to four PIA flights
going to Nepal weekly and most of their passengers were businessmen.
He said Ajmal's family was contacted by some of those passengers.
Farooq said he has evidence about Ajmal's disappearance in Nepal. "I
have held a huge press conference in Nepal attended by the
international media apprising them about Ajmal's kidnap by Indian
agencies." He said the reports about the press conference could be
accessed through the Internet. He said the Indian agencies had also
kept him under [unlawful] arrest for four hours and [illegally]
tortured him in Nepal.
To a query as to why it took him so long to make the statement about
Ajmal, he said as many as 10 to 20 agencies were calling and asking
him about the incident. He said he was scared of the agencies so he
was initially reluctant to do so. "My conscience has forced me to come
forward and explain the whole situation for the sake of the country
[Pakistan], which is under immense pressure," he said.
Farooq also claimed that he had seen Ajmal's picture released by
Indian media and could clearly recognise it as that of same Ajmal. He
said Ajmal has no link with Farid Kot. However, he refused to give any
contact number or whereabouts of Ajmal's relatives in Pakistan
[because of Indian-Hindu threats to their safety and security]. NEPAL
DENIES: Nepalese Government has [falsely and fraudulently] denied
Kasab's arrest by Indian agents from Nepal, reports [pro-MQM and pro-
India] Geo TV [based in Karachi, Pakistan].
Ajmal Kasab Kidnapped From Nepal Before 2006: Lawyer
Rawalpindi, Pakistan, 15 December 2008 (The News International) - A
Pakistani lawyer CM [Chaudhry Muhammad] Farooq claimed that many
people, including Ajmal Kasab, were arrested before 2006 from
Kathmandu [Nepal] by the Indian agencies with the help of Nepalese
He said Ajmal Kasab went to the Napalese capital on a business tour.
His application regarding his arrest was lying pending in the Nepalese
Supreme Court in which a reply was sought from Nepalese forces and
Indian High Commission.
While talking to the Geo News [TV], CM Farooq Advocate said the
Nepalese forces arrested almost 200 people including Ajmal Kasab
before 2006 and his application in this regard was lying pending in
the Nepalese Supreme Court in which Nepalese forces and Indian High
Commission were made respondents.
The [Pakistani] Advocate said he wrote letters to Pakistan and Indian
governments in this regard. He said that he had also addressed a press
conference in Nepal highlighting the issue in which he revealed that
the Nepalese forces arrested Ajmal Kasab and many others, and held
them at an unknown place and that these people would be used for their
ulterior designs at some later stage. He said that he had no contact
with Ajmal Kasab ever since he disappeared.
The lawyer said he is still pleading the case of Kasab and will visit
Nepal towards the end of this month. The Nepalese Supreme Court had
repeatedly issued notices to the respondents to furnish their reply
but they did not submit any reply.
Advocate Farooq said he had filed the petition in the Nepalese Supreme
Court in February 2008. He said he isrunning an NGO, Voice of Human
and Prisoners Rights, and the parents of Ajmal Kasab contacted him for
help in this regard after appealing to the Pakistan Government for
The people arrested in Nepal had gone there on legal visa for
business, but Indian agencies were in the habit of capturing
Pakistanis from Nepal and afterwards implicated them in the Mumbai-
like incidents to malign Pakistan.
Pak Lawyer Moves SC Against illegal Acts of Nepal Police
Kathmandu, Nepal, 3 March 2008 (NepalNews.com) - A Pakistani lawyer
has moved the Supreme Court (SC) in Nepal against what he called
illegal arrest of two Pakistani citizens by the Nepal Police and their
subsequent handing over to the Indian authorities about two years ago.
The two Pakistani citizens, Asif Ali and Walid Sajjad, had arrived in
Kathmandu [Nepal] to explore business opportunities and were staying
in Jagat Hotel, near the tourist hub of Thamel in Kathmandu before
being picked up by the Nepal Investigation Department on the night of
12th July 2006 "without any apparent reason" or warrant issued against
them. They were then reportedly handed over to the Indian intelligence
agency at the Embassy of India in Kathmandu.
C.M. [Chaudhry Muhammad] Farooq had filed a case against the illegal
arrest of the two at the Supreme Court of Nepal under the Interim
Constitution of Nepal, 2007, on Feb. 21 . Following which the SC
issued a show cause notice, ordering the authorities to produce the
two Pakistani citizens in the court.
"At the time of their arrest neither were they involved in any case
nor had they violated any honorable law of Nepal. They were legally
staying in Nepal on legal visa," Farooq said in a statement issued
Farooq said that in spite of all the efforts to release the two
innocent Pakistani citizens, the only outcome was the access granted
by the Indian Government to the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi
[India] to have a meeting with Asif Ali.
"It was through that meeting that we came to know Asif Ali was
charged/ implicated in a fake FIR [First Information Report of Police]
59/2006 New Delhi, with different fake cases registered under sections
121, 121-A/ 122, /123/120-B, Indian Penal Code, 4/5 Explosive
Substance Act, 18,2-B/23 Unlawful Activities, and 14 Foreign Act," he
He said that because of shock, the father of Asif Ali had died. He
said that Asif Ali was somewhat lucky as he had been located and
granted Counsellor Access but his business partner, Walid Sajjad, has
been neither produced in any court of law nor his whereabouts are
"He is probably in the custody of Indian Intelligence agencies," he
The two Pakistani businessmen dealt in readymade garments and used to
regularly travel to Bangladesh and the Middle East. They were also
said to have been carrying a substantial amount of money for business
The families of the Pakistani businessmen came to know about the
arrest of their dear ones through the media in July 2006, which stated
that two Pakistani nationals were arrested on suspicion of involvement
in Mumbai train blasts.