RSS leader asks PM to protect Sangh leaders!

New Delhi: RSS leader, Bhaiyyaji Joshi in a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has requested him to protect senior leaders of RSS Mohan Bhagwat and Indresh Kumar because conspiracies for their murder are being hatched. He has stated that those involved in Sangh terrorism want to kill them.

It is significant to note that such a request from a Sangh leader shows that after a long time this organisation has decided to respect a system because earlier RSS activists considered themselves the ‘law’ and looked upon Manmohan Singh government an unnecessary thing and presented Col. Purohit, Dayanand Pandey, Pragya Singh etc. the masterminds behind Malegaon, Ajmer, Mecca Masjid etc. bomb blasts as heroes but in the letter in question it has been revealed that these people want to kill important leaders of Sangh. According to RSS spokesman Ram Madho, this letter has been sent to PMO. Earlier, RSS hoped that BJP leaders will launch a political war to defend Indresh Kumar but BJP flatly refused to do so, on the ground that this will greatly tarnish BJP’s image at the international level if it does any thing in support or favour of some one involved in terrorist acts. Everyone, including BJP, knows that it is not possible to defend Indresh Kumar. Hence now RSS itself has taken the initiative.

It is written in the letter to the prime minister that in order to destabilise RSS a conspiracy has been hatched under which a plan has been made to kill Mohan Bhagwat, Indresh Kumar and Col. Purohit and Dayanand (Pandey) are accused of involvement in this conspiracy. A demand for an independent and impartial enquiry in this case has been made. It is also understood that the letter mentions that because of the mention of Indresh Kumar’s name in Aseemanand’s confessional statement, he is being targeted but there is no mention of Col. Purohit’s accusation of Indresh of getting money from Pakistan’s ISI. (Sheesh Narayan Singh - translated from Urdu daily Sahafat: 12 Feb. 2011)

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 March 2011 on page no. 9

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