While researching the conspiracy behind Modi’s IT story, we also looked at the antecedents of Narendra Modi’s own website “narendramodi.in”. We discovered that the registrant of Modi’s website is a gentleman named Parag Shah ([email protected]). While researching Parag’s background, we found his LinkedIn profile:
What caught our attention in Parag’s LinkedIn profile was his appointment as the “Officer on Special Duty (OSD)” to the Gujarat Chief Minister for the period 2003 to 2008 and another fact stated by him: “Associated with cyber cell of Anti-terrorist Squad”. This accidental finding lead us to the missing link of the Sohrabuddin-Tulsi Prajapati fake encounter!
Thereafter, we looked at the supplementary charge sheet filed by CBI in the Tulsi Prajapati case, specially where the CBI has elaborately dealt with the Call Data Records (CDR) of Amit Shah and Rajkumar Pandian, who were in constant touch with each other while monitoring the movements of Tulsi Prjapati between Udaipur (where he was jailed) and Ahmedabad (where he was being brought to attend a criminal case). We reproduce the extract of the CBI charge related to the month of December, 2006 (Tulsi Prajapati was murdered on 28th December early morning near Ambaji, Rajasthan-Gujarat border):
6.21. On 11.12.2006, an escort party from the Reserve Police Line, Udaipur, headed by Sub-Inspector Shyam Singh accompanied Tulsiram Prajapati and Mohd. Azam for Ahmedabad by train. On this date also, the mother and wife of Mohd. Azam had accompanied them to Ahmedabad. After reaching Ahmedabad on 12.12.2006, both Mohd. Azam and Tulsiram Prajapati were taken to the Sabarmati Jail, Ahmedabad, from there they were produced via video conferencing before the competent Court instead of being physically produced in the Court. The next date of hearing was fixed for 26.12.2006. The escort party while leaving for Udaipur in the night of 12.12.2006 at the Ahmedabad Railway Station made efforts in furtherance of the criminal conspiracy to separate the mother and wife of Mohd. Azam from Tulsiram Prajapati and his co-prisoner Mohd. Azam, but were prevented by the unexpected vociferous and vigorous protest by the mother and wife of Mohd. Azam that resulted in a large gathering of bystanders that deterred the police from succeeding in their objective of isolating Tulsiram Prajapati, a necessary preparatory stage for his murder in a planned fake encounter.
We are also reproducing in here the Call Data Record (CDR) from the CBI chargesheet for the relevant period: