April 27, 2011 3:56:58 am
RSS leader Indresh Kumar,whose name figures in the 2007 Ajmer Dargah blast case chargesheet,on Tuesday said the government was trying to hide facts and implicate innocent people.
Colonel Purohit was a functioning Military Intelligence personnel. Many of those in terror plots were governments people at some point or the other,not representatives of any Hindu organisation. The government has landed itself in the witness box in a foolish manner, Kumar said.
Kumar was speaking at a lecture on the subject Bhagwa atankwaad – ek chhalawa (saffron terror,a falsehood),organised by several Muslim and other organisations Muslim Yuwa Manch,Muslim Forum,Bharat-Tibbat Sahyog Manch,Minority Seva Majlis and the Sindh Mukti Sanghatan.
The government must make public the narco report of SIMI activists arrested in various blasts and the evidence of Pakistans involvement in the Samjhauta blast since various ministers of the government have umpteen times spoken about its involvement, he said.
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A US probe panel had visited India in 2004,blaming Lashkar and HuJI in terror activities,paving the way for a UN resolution to ban them. Similarly,US terror suspect (David) Headleys wife too has given an account of how he was involved in planning the terror attacks. What is that the government wants to hide for vote-bank politics? Are we governed by autocracy? Kumar asked.
Kumar said it was not possible to keep democracy alive by giving clean chit to Pakistan and implicating patriots. The powers-that-be are aiding crime,immorality,injustice and corruption. Lets have a public trial of the terror attacks, he said.
Referring to Swami Aseemanand,Kumar said,He has clearly said how he has tortuously forced to give statements by the investigating agencies and how he never met any Muslim youth in jail nor wrote letters to prime ministers of India and Pakistan.
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