The home ministry is in a fix what to do with Mohammad amid reports that he has turned a radical Islamic hardliner during his stay in the rehabilitation centre where he was indoctrinated by one Abid, a juvenile Kashmiri militant.

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The Union home ministry will call a meeting of top officials soon to take a decision on whether to release or not the juvenile convict of the December 16 2012 gang-rape case. The home ministry is in a fix what to do with the juvenile convict amid reports that he has turned a radical Islamic hardliner during his stay in the rehabilitation centre where he was indoctrinated by one Abid, a juvenile Kashmiri militant. The juvenile convict’s three-year term in the rehabilitation centre is coming to an end on December 16 and as per law he is to be set free after completion of the term. The decision will be taken by the Union home secretary Rajiv Mehrishi in consultation with secretary internal security Ashok Prasad and director Intelligence Bureau Dineshwar Sharma. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The home ministry decided to take up the matter after the PMO taking cognisance of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy’s letter regarding the juvenile convict’s alleged radicalisation asked the ministry to take a view. Swamy, in his letter to PM Modi, said that before the juvenile convict is set free, a proper investigation should be done to find out the truth if he has become a terrorist…If true, this convict will be a menace to society. According to an IB report, the juvenile convict, most savage of the rapists, came in contact with Kashmiri juvenile Abid, accused of Delhi high court blast case and both had been sharing the same cell at the juvenile home for the last seven or eight months.

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Centre in a fix whether to set December 16 gangrape convict free or not