Terrorism

RSS premises host detonator trials

New Delhi: The more Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) tries to conceal by shouting loudly of its innocence in terror operations, the more it gets exposed while lying. An Ajmer blast case witness told investigators that he had seen three key-members of the group experimenting with detonators at the RSS office in Dungergaon way back in 1999. Sunil Joshi, Sandeep Dange and Devendra Gupta were checking a detonator in the RSS office. The witness (identity not disclosed) heard a cracker sound and rushed to its source. He found them on the roof. Gupta had sheltered Dange and Kalsangra in Jharkhand after the Malegaon blast of 2008. He cites Kalsangra’s “disappointment” on learning that “only five six persons” had died in Malegaon. At least four-five thousand should have been, he said. This annoyed the Sadhvi too. He further informed that Kalsangra declared his intention to shoot himself before allowing the police to catch him alive.

According to terror’s saffron link (part II) in the Hindustan Times (5 January 2010), Swami Aseemanand got close to the RSS and used it for his terror plans. He was hailed by Tarun Vijay, spokesperson of BJP and RS member, as “the hero of the Daang homecoming revolution” in RSS mouthpiece, Organiser. Vijay refused to comment on his article which was published in the 26 October 2006 issue. The witness claimed that Thakur (Pragya) organised formal meetings between Bhagwat and Aseemanand.

Union Home Minister, P. Chidambaram, apprised reporters about progress in the investigation in Samjhauta Express blast. He, however, did not divulge much as the interrogation is at a very crucial stage. He assured that soon National Centre for Terror Control shall be established.

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-31 January 2011 on page no. 11

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