Pak terrorist pens book on India, Pakistan

A Pakistani, convicted in a blast case and undergoing trial here in a separate terror act, has written a book titled `India and Pakistan in Terrorist`s View`.

Updated: Mar 24, 2011, 18:36 PM IST

Ghaziabad: A Pakistani, convicted in a
blast case and undergoing trial here in a separate terror act,
has written a book titled `India and Pakistan in Terrorist`s
View`.

Matin (41), who is accused in March 3, 1992, Modinagar
blast that killed 16 and wounded 20 bus passengers, has
completed his book and expressed his desire to get it
published, Dasna Jail Superintendent Viresh Raj Sharma said.

The writer is also serving life imprisonment for his
involvement in a blast in Bikaner.

According to the officer, the book, written in
English, focuses on the reasons that make a person terrorist.

He believes unemployment in both India and Pakistan is a major
factor affecting people`s psyche.

Matin was brought here from Bikaner last December for
trial.

Meanwhile, Utsav Sharma, the youth who attacked and
severely assaulted Aarushi`s father Rajesh Talwar, is also
writing a book.

Sharma, who was released on bail on March 22, is
penning his views in a book named `Truth of Assault`, the
official said. The youth also attacked former Haryana DGP SPS
Rathore, convicted in the Ruchika Girhotra molestation case,
outside a Chandigarh court last year.

PTI