Sunday, May 9th, 2010
Popular Front of India demands the Central Government to appoint a high-level panel consisting of jurists, investigating officers and human rights activists to re-investigate all blast cases across the country after 1992. The demand is being raised in the context of new revelations about the real hands behind various blasts, contrary to the police and media versions established so far.
The investigation of Ajmer blast has exposed the involvement of Hindutva organization in the terrorist attacks. The success of Rajasthan police in cracking the Ajmer blast case has given legitimacy to the fact that Hindutva organizations are engaged in terrorist activities across India. The investigation has also exposed the link between the blasts at Malegaon, Makkah Masjid and Ajmer. The latest facts got revealed during the Ajmer investigations also points to the involvement of Hindutva outfits in Jaipur and Samjota Express blasts. The emergence of terrorist organizations like Sanathan sangathan and involvement of ex-army personals with this organization are very alarming. The various blast cases prove that the network of these organizations is well spread across different parts of the country.
Though the arrest of the real culprits in Ajmer case is a breakthrough by the investigation agencies, still it can be said that a pro-active monitoring of these Hindutva organizations would have avoided such blasts to happen. The involvement of Hindutva organization have been coming to light since last few years but the Police and media either tried to ignore it or choose to move in the wrong direction. The blast at the house of RSS activist at Nanded in April 2006 didn’t receive any serious attention by the Police. After the expose of involvement of Hindutva terrorist organizations in the Malegaon blast many incidents had happened where either RSS or other radical hindutva organization members were involved but the police never investigated the link between these incidents. The blast at Bajrang Dal activists house at Kanpur, the pipe bomb attack on RSS office in Tenkasi on 24th January 2008, the involvement of Sanathan Sangathan members in the scooter blast at Goa and recent case where an ex-army personal Rajashekharan Nair was held for transporting explosive materials in Kingfisher airlines plane in Thiruvananthapuram prove the deep link between sangh parivar and radical hindutva organizations. Though so many cases surfaced with clear evidence of Sangh privar involvement in bomb blasts, none of them received serious attention by the police. Such serial incidents prove that these hindutva organizations have the potential of carrying out attacks in different parts of the country.
Though only few cases have come to light we believe that these are just the tip of the iceberg and a thorough and independent probe will bring into light all buried truths about different blasts. Hence Popular Front of India strongly reiterate its demand to appoint a high-level panel consisting of jurists, investigating officers and human rights activists to re-investigate all blast cases across the country after 1992.