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If you have any questions regarding this article please contact:Written by Amitav Ranjan | New Delhi | Published: August 3 2014 1:44 am Despite MEA’s objection Pradhan feels that a commitment from Modi on IOC building the pipeline would secure the Indian company’s interest in maintaining supplies of petroleum products in Nepal Related News Goingbeyond the Foreign Ministry’s caution first-time minister Dharmendra Pradhan has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to pledge India’s commitment to lay a product pipeline into Nepal during his two-day visit starting Sunday “Though MEA (Ministry of External Affairs) has advised Indian Oil Corp not to make any commitments regarding the pipeline without consulting it it is felt that a commitment at this stage to bear the cost of pipeline and its early execution can be a huge confidence-building measure” Petroleum Minister Pradhan wrote to Modi on Thursday Despite MEA’s objection Pradhan feels that a commitment from Modi on IOC building the pipeline would secure the Indian company’s interest in maintaining supplies of petroleum products in Nepal “While MEA could be consulted on this issue I feel that this is an opportunity that should be seized to take our bilateral relations to an even higher level” he advised Modi on the eve of his visit the first by an Indian prime minister in 17 years Nepal is likely to raise the issue during Modi’s visit as it was brought up by its Commerce Minister Sunil Bahadur Thapa during his meeting with Pradhan last Wednesday Thapa who was visiting India this week stressed on the need for a pipeline from Motihari in India to Amlekhganj in Nepal in the light of traffic congestion associated pollution and frequent complaints of pilferage and adulteration through tankers MEA’s opposition to the 80-km cross-border pipeline stems from Nepal’s refusal to co-finance the nearly Rs 200-crore project “It is essential that Nepal takes a strong financial stake in the project to ensure its commitment to the safety security and maintenance of the pipeline” said an official Besides security and safety from Nepal Maoists MEA also fears disruptions in pipeline operation orchestrated by the powerful lobby of tanker operators in Nepal who currently transport the Himalayan kingdom’s entire petroleum products requirement from IOC’s supply depots on the Indian side Nepal they said wants a financial grant from India for building the project without addressing the security concerns “It has been asking us for a grant or a line of credit to build the project on its own This would be as good as bankrolling them” said an official The project which would significantly cut oil transportation cost by more than 50 per cent has been proposed debated and revised many times since 1995 An agreement was reached between Nepal Oil Corp and IOC in 2010 to hand over pipeline construction to IOC but that is in limbo as NOC could not secure a special dispensation from its government to assign the project to IOC on nomination basis Nepal laws do not permit award of any construction work or procurement on nomination basis Pradhan’s advice to woo Nepal makes sense in Modi’s push for a trans-Himalayan link to bring Nepal India and China together Both India and China are keen on a stronger North-South connectivity through Nepal something the Indian security establishment has been resisting for years The 17-year hiatus of Indian PMs from Nepal has resulted in China dominating the Himalayan kingdom’s trade and infrastructure at India’s expense For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Muzamil Jaleel | New Delhi | Updated: May 5 2014 10:27 am Fahath alleged that he was made to sign an undertaking saying that he had gone to the NIA on his own and had no complaints against the officials Related News After detaining him for two days the NIA on Sunday released Fahath Ahmad Azmi who along with his father Faizan Ahmad Azmi was brought to Delhi from UAE on May 2 for allegedly providing logistics support to the Indian Mujahideen (IM) Speaking to The Indian Express after his release Fahath alleged that he was made to sign an undertaking saying that he had gone to the NIA on his own and had no complaints against the officials “If they (NIA) knew there is nothing against me why did they ruin my life Why did I spend three months in a jail cell in Abu Dhabi before these two days of questioning here I have been freed but they (NIA) have already taken my life away from me The future of my entire family is uncertain now There is nothing to look forward to’’ he said While Fahath and his father were sent to India their family — Fahath’s wife two minor children and mother — has been told that their visas have been cancelled and they have a month to return to India His family lives in Namiya district of Ajman where they have “two restaurants four embroidery shops and two laundry places” Fahath said their ordeal began on February 5 with a phone call from the CID at Ajman in UAE “I had left home for Sharjah when my father called me and asked me to rush back He told me there was a call from the CID in Ajman They (CID) told my father that they wanted to talk to me regarding some business related issue and asked him to bring me to their office We went and they (CID) immediately separated us They took my two phones keys and wallet I had no idea what was the matter In the last 13 years I had one small incident with the police It was a tiff with a policeman who withdrew his charges against me after I apologised I was trying to recall who could go to the police against me” said Fahath “They later blindfolded me and put me in a police car I could hear my father coughing We were taken to our home where they searched my car and our flat They took the laptops flash drives and scanned through our belongings My mother wife and children were there crying The police didn’t tell them the reason for our arrest… But they let my father eat his dinner and take his medicines He has serious diabetes cardiac problems and high blood pressue I thought we would be fine I never imagined we would be in such a serious problem’’ he said Fahath said they were then taken to their office and other businesses where the Ajman CID men searched through everything “By 4 am we were taken to Abu Dhabi where we were kept in separate cells My blindfold was taken off and I had no idea where my father was It was a small room without a window There was a CCTV camera an exhaust and an AC When the AC went off it was impossible to breathe” he said He said the first question he was asked was whether he knew Osama bin Laden and whether he had any connections with the Lashkar-e-Toiba and Kashmir “They didn’t press for answers initially and I thought they were convinced about my innocence A few days later another man came He told me that he was Abu Noora I don’t know whether it was his real name He would keep me handcuffed and even put cuffs around my feet while he interrogated me He took me to a room where he asked me to sit on a chair He said it was a kursi kaharba — it was an electric chair He said if he switched it on it would be worse than hell for me My heart sank He told me that if I co-operated I could sit on a normal chair” said Fahath “After three days the UAE police started to ask me about two men who we had employed for 15 days in 2007 — Salman and Shahnawaz They had introduced themselves as Nepalese nationals We had sponsored their visas… We had no idea that they were wanted in India They didn’t like the job and left We heard that the Indian police was looking for them only after they left We withdrew their sponsorship and informed the officials in Ajman We had no idea that this issue would return to haunt us’’ he said “I told them (UAE police) the truth There was nothing more that I knew I had no idea what was going on with my father” said Fahath adding that he was kept in that cell for three months “I was beaten so badly that for hours my feet and back would go numb I have spent days crying in pain It was hell” he said “My father has been in UAE for decades and I went there in 2001 I have never visited India in these 13 years and in fact my wedding too happened in Ajman” he said On May 2 he said the guard took him out “He told me that I was going to be freed The officials made me sign a few documents took my thumbprint and asked me to sit in a car My father was already there but we were not allowed to talk I was seeing him after three months The officials told us that we were going to the airport” he said “They gave me 50 dirhams and 70 dirhams to my father They gave my phones back They asked me to call home and tell my family members to pay the 3000 dirhams that was outstanding as traffic violation fine… I could speak to my mother My wife couldn’t utter a word She was crying My two-year-old daughter came on the phone… in these three months she had learned to call me Abu It was heartbreaking I have done nothing wrong and I had no idea why were we being treated this way” said Fahath “I had a conversation with my father in the plane We had no idea what was awaiting us in Delhi I didn’t even know Delhi I had never been to the city before At the airport we walked to the immigration counter They were waiting for us The immigration officer asked me to come with him to a room adjacent to his counter I saw another official was accompanying my father as well’’ he said Fahath said they were questioned inside the IGI airport for four hours “Then we were taken to the BSF camp My father was again separated from me and I was questioned for hours They asked me whether I know Bhatkal I had no idea I told them the truth Last night they told me that I would be freed Today when my father-in-law and other relatives came they told me that I could go only if I signed the undertaking… They also gave me two letters dated May 2 and May 3 stating that I was required to come for questioning I wanted to be out After three months of continuous ordeal there was nothing more important than being free” he said “My mother had sold all the jewellery and paid 15 lakh dirhams to a man who had promised to help get us released in UAE That money too is gone now’’ he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Advertisers will want to begin testing.

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