Sangh Parivar playing pressure tactics to freeze terror cases: PFI

By TCN News,

Bhopal: The Popular Front of India, (PFI), Chairman Mr. E. M. Abdul Rahiman in a statement issued on Wednesday has pointed out that the real motive of BJP behind targeting Union Home Minister Mr. P. Chidambaram is to freeze the ongoing investigations about the terrorist bomb blasts in which Sangh Parivar outfits and their leaders have been found involved.

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The statement observed that the recent slowdown of the investigation procedure that has earlier pin-pointed the role of RSS National Executive Committee member Mr. Indresh Kumar in terrorist blasts and the RSS involvement in the murder of Sunil Joshi, was proof that Sangh Parivar pressure tactics were producing desired results.

The NIA and other investigation agencies have exposed the role of RSS central leadership in the recent incidents of terror such has Malegaon, Makkah Masjid, Ajmer and Samjautha Express. It is shocking that they have constituted a core group to carry out blasts across the country and entrusted the task of executing the same to its National Committee member Mr. Indresh Kumar. But surprisingly the investigating agencies have not yet arrested him. Due to the pressure being mounted upon the investigation agencies a further breakthrough in all the 16 terror cases, in which Hindutva outfits and leaders were put under scanner, remains a distant possibility the statement said.

The BJP and their allies are irked by the fact that most of these exposures came after Mr. Chidambaram took over the charge as Union Home Minister. He was courageous enough to call a spade a spade and to identify the Hindutva forces behind the serial blasts. Hence, they could not leave the present Home Minister unless and until he at least relinquishes the present portfolio.

Mr. Abdul Rahiman requested the secular party leaders in the opposition to keep a strong vigil on the communal agenda of the RSS and BJP, even while expressing their no compromise to corruption and nepotism, the statement added. ([email protected])