Terrorism

Anti-Terrorist Front demands SIMI-like ban on Hindutva outfits

Saharanpur: Veeresh Pande, national president of Anti-Terrorist Front, in a press conference held at Hotel Punjab, demanded that if there are concrete proofs of Sangh parivar, Bajrang Dal and Shiv-Sena’s involvement in terrorist activities then these should be banned in the same manner in which SIMI was banned. He, however, considered that Swami Aseemanand’s statement was recorded under police duress. He, at the same time, also demanded that Afzal Guru and Kasab must be immediately hanged without any delay. He did not hesitate in saying that the President is keeping the terrorists as guests. He also pointed out that CDs of Bhindarawale and posters are being openly sold in the market in which the assassins of Indira Gandhi are shown showering bullets on her. He also drew attention to the fact that in the Fatehgarh fair hoardings with Khalistani slogans were publicly displayed.

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 February 2011 on page no. 5

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