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Hindutva Terrorist Suppoter in Supreme Court SIT Team

30 Jul
Narendra Modi - India Economic Summit 2008

Hindutva Terrorist Narendra Modi

IPS officer Sanjeev Bhatt, who has accused Chief Minister Narendra Modi of misusing official machinery during the 2002 post-Godhra riots against Muslims by supporting Hindutva Terrorist, has told the Supreme Court he found two “unusual” emails from the Special Investigation Team probing the riots cases in the personal mail account of Gujarat Additional Advocate General Tushar Mehta.

“On studying the said two emails it was very apparent to the petitioner that someone from within the SIT was leaking very sensitive and confidential details pertaining to the ongoing investigations being conducted by the SIT,” Bhatt says in his petition.

These allegations gain significance as the SIT, set up by the Supreme Court, was at the time investigating Modi, the then minister of state (home) Amit Shah and several in the top echelons of the Gujarat Police over “misusing state machinery” against Muslims during the riots.

Bhatt says he informed SIT member A K Malhotra about the incident and claims to have produced documentary evidence “to establish that someone from within the SIT was leaking and sharing highly sensitive and confidential information relating to the ongoing investigations with the Additional Advocate General of Gujarat”.

Bhatt’s petition was concerning his appeal for a CBI inquiry into a criminal case filed against him by a Gujarat Police constable in Ahmedabad. The constable, K D Pant, has alleged that Bhatt pressured him to sign an affidavit testifying that he participated in a high-level meeting after the Godhra carnage in which the Chief Minister was present and allegedly made anti-Muslim comments.

Issuing notice, a bench of Justices Aftab Alam and R M Lodha directed the Gujarat government and the Centre to file their replies on Bhatt’s plea by August 8, the next date of hearing.

Bhatt’s statements come at a time when the SIT’s position is at an all-time low with the court even refusing to give a copy of amicus curiae Raju Ramachandran’s “elaborate” report on the Gulberg Society case to it on Thursday.

Norway Christian terrorist have a link with Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh

26 Jul

The Norwegian christian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik writes in a manifesto that he acquired some 8,000 e-mail addresses of “cultural conservatives” not just across Europe but North America, Australia, South Africa, Armenia, Israel, and India – ensuring scrutiny of anti-Muslim groups far beyond Europe.

Mr. Breivik’s primary goal is to remove Muslims from Europe. But his manifesto invites the possibility for cooperation with Jewish groups in Israel, Buddhists in China, and Hindu nationalist groups in India to contain Islam.

“It is essential that the European and Indian resistance movements learn from each other and cooperate as much as possible. Our goals are more or less identical,” he wrote.

In the case of India, there is significant overlap between Breivik’s rhetoric and strains of Hindu nationalism – or Hindutva – on the question of coexistence with Muslims. Human rights monitors have long decried such rhetoric in India for creating a milieu for communal violence communal violence, and the Norway incidents are prompting calls here to confront the issue.

“Like Europe’s mainstream right-wing parties, [India’s] BJP has condemned the terrorism of the right (name-shake) – but not the thought system which drives it. Its refusal to engage in serious introspection, or even to unequivocally condemn Hindutva violence, has been nothing short of disgraceful,” writes senior journalist Praveen Swami in today’s edition of The Hindu.

“Liberal parties, including the Congress, have been equally evasive in their critique of both Hindutva and Islamist terrorism,” he adds.

Last week, Breivik detonated a bomb in downtown Oslo and opened fire at a youth camp of the ruling political party, killing at least 76 people. He reportedly said in court today that the rampage was “marketing” for his manifesto, “2083: A European Declaration of Independence.”

The manifesto

Breivik’s 1,500-page manifesto calls preserving traditional European culture by cutting it off from immigration from the Muslim world. While he is against setting up a Christian theocracy, he envisions a revival of Christendom, where the church helps unify Europeans around a shared cultural identity.