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Police accuses terror suspect of being involved in gay sex to get him convicted

11, Dec 2013 By indianpsycho

Mumbai. Unable to prove any charges of criminal conspiracy and terrorism against a suspected terrorist, Mumbai police has now decided to slap charges of “unnatural sex” on a man whom they want to get convicted for his deeds.

The police took this step after Supreme Court of India earlier upheld the section 377 of IPC that criminalizes gay sex.

Protest against Section 377 march
More lethal than terrorism and other crimes according to Indian laws.

Police sources further justify their act saying they were finding it tough to prove charges against the suspected terrorists because they had become smart enough to work around criminal laws.

The Police Commissioner of Mumbai confirms that he came very close to arresting the mastermind of 3 bomb blasts, but each time he escaped conviction.

“We once caught him red handed carrying explosives like RDX and thought this was it, but he could checkmate us by producing a license that claimed that the explosives he was carrying were meant to make Diwali crackers and hence it was not illegal of him to carry them,” the police commissioner recalled.

“Later we found out that the license was issued to him after he bribed a sub-inspector from my branch,” he added.

“We were quite frustrated, but last night our havildar Pandu Ram got an MMS clip on his mobile that showed that terrorist having gay sex with some unidentified person. He forwarded it to all of us, and this morning the SC verdict came. We decided to make the best use of these,” the commissioner explained how he plans to arrest the culprit.

When pointed out by this reporter than transmission of obscene clip was also a crime according to the Indian law, the policemen reminded us of the section 66A of the IT act, following which we decided to not ask any more questions.

Meanwhile, the chief of LeT, for which the terrorist was reportedly working, has lambasted him and threatened others of dire consequences if found following his path.

“Why else do you think we are against homosexuality? We had warned him not to indulge in this as Indian laws are very strict when it comes to things like these. You can bomb a city and get away, but something like gay sex will surely get you jail,” said a distraught Hafiz Saeed.