Plea of Pak terrorist`s book publication deferred
Abdul Matin, accused in the 1996 Modi Nagar bomb blast case, will have to wait for a fortnight to know about the fate of a book written by him.
Ghaziabad: Pakistani terrorist Abdul
Matin, accused in the 1996 Modi Nagar bomb blast case, will
have to wait for a fortnight to know about the fate of a book
written by him.
Matin`s plea seeking publication of "Terrorists` Right
on Terror" has been deferred till July 7 by a local court
Lodged in Dasna jail here, Matin had requested the
court to give its nod for publication of his book.
His previous book, on Indo-Pak relations, was barred
from being published by the Dasna prison authorities.
The Harkat-ul-Ansar operative from Pakistan was
arrested in 1997 in Anantnag in Jammu and Kashmir and was
lodged in Bikaner Jail till 2008 when he was sentenced to life
imprisonment in a terror case in Rajasthan, but was acquitted
in cases lodged against him in Madhya Pradesh and Punjab.
He was shifted to Dasna Jail in Uttar Pradesh in 2008
in connection with the trial in the Modi Nagar bomb blast
Martin is the son of an advocate and hails from
Dhowati area in Pakistan`s Sindh province.