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By: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: February 27s elite, With the dishes priced between Rs 15-30, ED had registered a case in this deal under the PMLA, CRPF has assisted the local administration in the all round development of the area,3 per cent. For all the latest India News, As the states start being run as markets, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nishant Shah | Published: February 19,C. Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Written by Smita Nair | Updated: June 28 2015 3:55 am Salian who began her legal career in 1982 says she has heard it all “I am completing 68 I do not need glory I am beyond that” she retorts adding she was a weakling earlier “Much has changed They would later call me bhai log me behan (mafia slang for a sister among brothers) They even called me terrorist” she says (Source: Express photo by Vasant Prabhu) Related News At least once a week a visit to the open market is a must For it’s therapeutic “to dissolve into the crowd” with all that noise grind and muck says Maharashtra special public prosecutor Rohini Salian as her car inches slowly through the late night Colaba crowd Sitting in the front seat an old habit that allows her to “decide the path and have complete control over the driver” Salian is waiting for the NIA’s next move On Thursday a day after Salian told The Indian Express that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) had told her to “go soft” on the accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast case and 20 hours after the NIA issued a denial she says the noise needed to grow louder “It was time to expose It was suffocating” she says of her coming-out-of-the-closet moment Salian had said that soon after the NDA government came to power last year she got a call from one of the NIA officers asking to come over to speak with her “He didn’t want to talk over the phone He came and said to me that there is a message that I should go soft” she had told The Indian Express Since the news broke Salian has kept aside her small phone an older Samsung model stuffed into a knitted black-and-white pouch Journalists former jurists police personnel family and friends and a few politicians have been calling texting her She hasn’t been responding She says it’s a “small price” you pay when you chose to stand up “It’s crossed hundred both calls and messages I do not have anything new to say” she says When Salian rang the alarm bell with her charge against the NIA it was hard not to sit up For this is a woman who has built a formidable reputation over three decades of legal practice handling a number of cases as chief public prosecutor for the state of Maharashtra Her accusation now casts a shadow over other ‘Hindu terror’ cases handled by the NIA – the 2006 Malegaon blasts case the Samjhauta case of 2007 the 2007 Mecca Masjid and Ajmer Sharif blast and the 2008 Modasa blast *** In 2008 days after a laptop was seized from Sudhakar Dwivedi now an accused in the Malegaon blast case of that year Hemant Karkare called Salian That call she says changed everything By then she had resigned from the prosecution post and told Karkare she was fed up of “bogus cases” and wanted to argue from the defence side He heard her completely before he threw the googly “’This is a true case a Hindu terror blast’ he told me” she says By the time she finished looking at the papers – transcripts from the laptop along with statements of a few other accused – it was post midnight and she says she was shaken “I had a mindset like any other Till that night for me all blasts are committed by Muslims I felt I had been behaving like a goat – just eating what I was fed I never once stopped to question” she says The papers spoke of a Hindu Rashtra of the need to go back to the time when India’s borders as Hindoostan spread far and wide “I thought were they hallucinating Every other blast (Samjhauta Mecca Masjid Ajmer blast etc for which Muslims had been blamed) was there inside those papers with funding trails from outside inside statements of witnesses from the few camps…” Months later she would stand in the High Court as Special Public Prosecutor and argue against Lt-Colonel Prasad Purohit’s bail Purohit who is alleged to have been involved in the Malegaon 2008 blast conspiracy was also being questioned for the Malegaon 2006 blast Salian recalls that during the last stages of the NIA’s Malegaon 2006 probe the officers had come with an opinion sheet along with the chargesheet The opinion was that the first lot had been wrongly arrested “I went through the entire chargesheet I advised them that it was a mistake on the part of one agency so you have to do justice You cannot combine both (ATS and NIA chargesheets both with different sets of accused) and try together because the stories are totally different It will be difficult for the judge to discharge them… But the prosecutor has the power to do it by convincing the court It is that power they were worried about It is that seat they asked to go soft” says Salian Salian says that in a deeply polarised society she is prepared for the monikers that follow “They do not know my background There is a difference between being political and being a nationalist” she says Salian was born in 1947 – she says there is a “certain charm” in being an Independence year born – in Mangalore Karnataka where her father Mangalore Jarappa ran a daily named Swadesh Abhimani “The pages of my father’s newspaper spoke of nationalism and pride of one free country Imagine my situation when I had to read the wordings of Abhinav Bharat and a separate constitution” she says As a young convent-educated girl Salian recalls coming home and telling her mother that she finds more peace in churches “Other parents would stop but not mine” she says “Our father brought all sorts of scriptures of Hindus We were brought up reading those So no one can influence me” she says That’s something her contemporaries vouch for – some of her biggest admirers are defence counsel whom she has taken on in her years as public prosecutor “If she is convinced about something she goes all out to establish it” says High Court advocate Niranjan Mundargi who has fought against Salian in the Suppression of Unlawful Act against Safety of Civil Aviation case of 1999 Senior criminal lawyer Majeed Memon who has opposed Salian in several cases including the Bharat Shah case says “She always works hard on her brief There is no doubt about that Her statement if true has very serious repercussions The only solution is this case is that it has to be probed by some independent agency” On Thursday as she sat cross-legged inside court room 55 waiting to examine two witnesses in the Mulund blast trial she said “Justice needs to be seen being delivered The narrative cannot be Hindu or Muslim It can only be go after the accused Go after the ACCUSED” Writing for The Indian Express?

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