'Grave injustice': KT Jaleel pens emotional note after visiting Abdul Nasser Madani

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Bengaluru: Former minister and CPM leader KT Jaleel visited PDP leader Abdul Nasser Madani at his house in Bengaluru. In an emotional post on Facebook later, the CPM leader asked if such a “grave injustice” should be done to a man.

Noting that he was teary-eyed while meeting Madani, Jaleel said the final verdict in the 2008 Bengaluru blast case is taking too long. He added that the delay in the verdict was the denial of justice.

Earlier, Madani was granted bail owing to health issues but barred from leaving Bengaluru.

The former minister further said that those criticising Madani over the words he used in his old speech should watch the first part of the BBC documentary. Meanwhile, people who urge others to commit crimes against a section of society are still out in the open, he added.

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