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Sikh body want RSS chief Mohan Bhagwant to be booked under UAPA for inciting violance

February 6, 2014 | By

Hoshiarpur, Punjab (February 06, 2014): Dal Khalsa dares the UPA government led by Dr Manmohan Singh to book RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat under UAP Act 1967 and proscribe his organization taking the confessional statement of serial blasts prime accused Swami Aseemanand into account.

Party head H S Dhami said Aseemanand, who has emerged as a symbol of Hindu terror has revealed in an interview with English magazine that whatever he did had a tactical approval of present RSS chief Bhagwat, who was then RSS organizing secretary. Notably, Aseemanand is prime accused in three bomb blasts cases (Samjhauta express, Mecca Masjid and Ajmer Sharif) targeted particularly against the Muslims.

Mohan Bhagwant [File Photo]

Mohan Bhagwant [File Photo]

Throwing the challenge to the government, he said let the govt book Bhagwat under terror charges and prove before the international community that “India is a secular country in true sense and Hindu terrorists didn’t enjoy state patronage”.

Taking a jibe at Congress, he said Punjab Congress has been demanding CBI probe into global drug racket in view of the confessional statement made by druglord Jagdish Bhola pointing finger towards Akali Ministers including NRI minister B S Majithia. With the same logic, Congress in centre should order judicial probe and put Bhagwat on trail citing confessional statement of accused Aseemanand as a base.

Dal Khalsa leader asked the central government to order an inquiry by Supreme Court judge against those terrorist acts that had imprint of the Hindutva-oriented organizations. “It would be preposterous to think that the blasts were the handiwork of only some “misguided or rogue elements within RSS”.

“What we find astonishing and disturbing is that the Indian government, even though fully aware of all the details is not disclosing the role of the higher-ups of the RSS in instilling terror”? What was stopping the government to uncover the role of the RSS in inciting violence against the minority community?, he wondered.

Notably, Swami Aseemanand, incarcerated in Ambala Central Jail for abetting terrorist attacks which together took the lives of 119 people, has made a revelation to The Caravan magazine.

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