In the chargesheet prepared by the National Investigation Agency (NIA), the name of Sadhvi Pragya Singh is deleted. Similarly, it is also clarified that Lt Col Prasad Shrikant Purohit was implicated in the case by planting RDX explosives at his home. For last 7-8 years, Sadhvi Pragya Singh and Lt Col Prasad Shrikant Purohit had to endure inhuman atrocities; Sadhvi could not even get simple medicines. Sanatan Sanstha demands immediate stringent action against concerned Police officers and also against the main person, who hatched the sinister conspiracy of ‘Saffron Terrorism’.
The conspiracy of giving the name of ‘Saffron Terrorism’ is now getting exposed. After David Headley had clarified that Isharat Jahn was the terrorist, the senior officers in Central Home Ministry exposed that ex-Home Minster P. Chidambaram had made changes in the affidavit. Similarly, an attempt was made to implicate seekers of Sanatan Sanstha in a bomb explosion at Madgaon, Goa. In this case, all seekers were exonerated thereby exposing another conspiracy. Thus, the sinister conspiracy hatched by the Congress to name ‘Saffron Terrorism’ was fully exposed by the chargesheet filed by the NIA.
When the names of Hindus implicated in the case were deleted from the chargesheet, Congress leaders promptly started criticising the Government. However, the sins committed by them are now getting exposed. On the contrary, when NIA set free 9 Muslims accused from Malegaon blast case in the last week, these very progressive elements welcomed the decision, thus showing their duplicate policy.
It has been exposed that all this happened under the pressure of erstwhile Congress-NCP ruling alliance. The extent to which Congress has gone to implicate innocent Hindus in Malegaon blast case and defame them just to prove the existence of ‘Saffron Terrorism’ has come to light now. How the Congressmen will compensate for the wasted years of the life of innocent Hindus will have to be clarified by the responsible persons for this misdeed. This question was raised by Mr. Asks Abhay Vartak, Spokesman, Sanatan Sanstha.