NIA unravels the Gujarat lab of Hindutva terror

Ahmedabad: The NIA has unearthed the plot of the Great Hindutava Lab. While compiling a list of Swami Aseemanand’s associates, it has uneartherd the “axis of evil.” Not only has Gujarat been their sanctuary but it also breeded its sons of the roil who sowed the seeds of hatred all over the country. While the demand of exploring and exposing the role of Hindutva terror networks was raised even during the Malegaon blasts investigation, the arrest of Swami Aseemanand in the Makkah Masjid blast opened a Pandora’s box of blasts and blasts and more.

With Sadhvi Pragya Singh’s arrest and her contacts in Surat and other areas of Gujarat and Maharashtra, a common strategy of blasts was confirmed. With Swami Aseemanand’s Dangs designs under the garb of "Shabari Dham", a list of activists operating in two neighbouring states attested to the fact that the two states used to provide shelter to extremists on a mutual basis. Sunil Joshi’s murder by the Gujarat firebrand activists proved how close the co-ordination between them was. The absconders, except a few, belong to Gujarat and the NIA has announced cash rewards for their arrest. Some more names are likely to be added once the six absconders are nabbed. Here is a list of the six most wanted ones:
1.    Jayanti Bhai Gohil alias Ustad (resident of Pumping Station Gujarwadi, Padma Talao, Sai Baba Nagar, Vadodara);
2.    Mohan alias Rinku alias Ramesh Jayanti Bhai Gohil (address as above);
3.    Bhavesh Arvind Patel (resident of Adikhana Baazar, P.O. Bharuch);
4.    Suresh Damodar Nair (resident of flat No. 6, Dwarki Society, Punit Park, Dakor and Dwarkesh Society, near Mahalaxmi Society near Dakor, Thasra distt. Kheda);
5.    Mehul alias Mafat Bhat alias Mahesh Bhai Manilal Gohil (resident behind Pumping Station, Gajarwadi, Sai Baba Nagar, Vadodara).
    [The above five accused carry a reward of Rs. 2 lakh each, for their involvement in the Ajmer blast]
6.    Ashok alias Prince Sunny alias Ashvini alias Ashwini Chauhan. He was involved in Samjhauta Express blast of 2007.


This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-31 July 2011 on page no. 1

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