Human Rights

Malegaon accused had own agenda

Mumbai: It is said that revolution is like a nagin which feeds on its own breed. With several organisations pursuing their own agendas of a Hindu Rashtra, there were differences among them to the extent that they became hostile to one another. While Swami Aseemanand's agenda was confined only to avenge what the Muslim terrorists allegedly did with his "bomb for bomb" theory, Abhinav Bharat was not confined to such short term goal. It had larger plans. Purohit and his associates had discussed plans to liquidate Hindu leaders who might have become obstacles to the Hindu Rashtra plan. Sandeep Dange was not happy with Aseemanand's plan. Having quarrelled with him over money, Dange joined Abhinav Bharat.

MG News Desk

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 February 2011 on page no. 11

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