Govt Says Aware Of Hindu Terror

7 Aug

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The home ministry is “aware” of the presence of Hindu terror outfits and is looking into such cases. The Centre has written to the Madhya Pradesh government to transfer the probe involving one long-time former RSS pracharak, Sunil Joshi, who was recently murdered, to the CBI. Joshi is alleged to have planted bombs in 2007 at the Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad and the Ajmer Sharif dargah.

Joshi, who was sacked from the RSS for his radical views, was associated with Abhinav Bharat, an outfit accused of involvement in terror activities. Governm-ent sources said the home ministry is keeping a tab on cases involving extremist Hindu outfits. “The MP government had completed its investigation but we are awaiting the response of the state government to hand over the case to CBI,” an official said.
Meanwhile, as the BJP and the Sangh were trying to prepare their line of defence on the issue of Hindu terror, the Congress on Friday demanded a thorough probe into the RSS terror links. The Congress also asked the BJP to clarify its stand on the issue. AICC spokesperson Jayanthi Natarajan said, “We call upon the RSS to come clean regarding all links of its senior leaders with terror. We also call on the BJP to make its stand clear on the terror links of the leaders of the RSS.” She said her party was shocked to see media reports alleging RSS terror links.
“While the entire nation is engaged in a crusade against terrorism, what has come to light through such reports is the involvement of senior leaders of the RSS, the parent body of the BJP, with terror groups,” Ms Natarajan said.

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