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Nov 10 2010, 06.30pm IST
NEW DELHI: Hundreds of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) activists, led by their top leaders, on Wednesday staged protests in several places across India against the central government’s alleged “political c
onspiracy” to link the group to terror activities.
Protests were held in various state capitals and district headquarters, RSS spokesperson Ram Madhav said.
In Delhi, MPs Prakash Javadekar and Balbir K Punj were among those who participated in the sit-ins.
The protests come in the wake of RSS leader Indresh Kumar and other activists being named in the chargesheet in the Ajmer blast case — three people were killed and 30 injured when explosives kept in a tiffin box exploded at the shrine of Sufi saint Moinuddin Chisthi Oct 11, 2007.
Addressing protestors in Lucknow, Bhagwat said the cases and allegations against the RSS were “baseless and politically motivated”.
Even as Bhagwat went on to claim that no RSS activist could be even remotely connected with acts of terror, he disowned all those who were suspected to be involved in such acts.
“Such Hindus who were found to have been associated with terrorist activities could not be even remotely associated with RSS,” he said in the speech.
He also came out strongly in defence of Indresh: “The fact that the investigating agencies had failed to find any concrete evidence against Indresh proved our point that he was being falsely implicated simply because the UPA government wanted to give us a bad name.”
This is the first time the RSS chief has led a demonstration. The move was seen in Lucknow as a step towards revivial of the ‘Hindutva’ card in the aftermath of the Ayodhya verdict that distributed the disputed land three ways.
In Orissa, protests and rallies were held not just in the capital Bhubaneswar but also in places like Cuttack, Rourkela and Sambalpur.
Carrying placards and banners, hundreds of activists staged a sit-in near the Raj Bhavan.
According to Orissa unit general secretary Gopal Prasad Mohapatra, the recent investigations of the Rajasthan anti-terrorism squad (ATS) team probing the Ajmer blast were part of sinister designs to destabilise the country.
In response to the call, demonstrations were also held in over 20 places in Punjab.
“Mass dharnas have been organised against hateful and politically motivated anti-Hindu propagandas of some leaders and political parties related with the union government,” said Munishwar, general secretary of RSS (Punjab).
“The chargesheet filed by the ATS, Rajasthan, in the Ajmer case and subsequent statements are irresponsible… In the 820-page chargesheet neither has Indresh Kumar been named as accused nor are there are any formal charges against him. But the ATS is still harassing him,” RSS spokesperson Kishor Kant said in Jalandhar.
The recent one-day session of the All India Congress Committee in New Delhi had attacked the RSS for its terror links.
“Revelations through detailed investigations have exposed the true character of the RSS and its sister organisations. Communal and terrorist elements, whichever source they may originate from, that aim at destroying our national fabric will be fought at any cost,” a party statement said.
Source : The Times of India.
See here : RSS’ terrorist tag a conspiracy: Bhagwat
RSS organized meeting at Hazra crossing, South Kolkata, to protest against the mirage of saffron terrorism spread by the Congress. The event saw various speakers, including, inter alia, Shri Tathagata Roy, Shri Joydip Roy, Shri Asim Sarkar, Shri Jayanta Pal, Shri Bikash Bhattacharya (of Sanskar Bharati). It was a rousing success, which saw the attendance of a large number of people, even in the afternoon on a working day, in the middle of the week. It went on from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. There were also a large number of seers, saints and representatives from various religious organizations.