Friday, January 23, 2009

Saffron Terrorists wanted to create Hindu Rashtra through treason

PROBE REVEALS NEXUS WITH ISRAEL, NEPAL
Courtesy: Daily Greater Kashmir dated Jan. 23rd, 2009
Mumbai, Jan 22: The MCOCA court will debate the mammoth 4,000 page chargesheet submitted by the Anti-Terrorism Squad on Thursday. The chargesheet reveals radical intentions of creating a Hindu nation and extensive attempts by the saffron terror brigade to network with Israel and Nepal. Suspended Army man Lt Col Prasad Purohit, Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur and Swami Dayanand Pandey are allegedly the key perpetrators of saffron terror. According to the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) the transcripts of audio video recordings recovered from Dayanand Pandey’s laptop is evidence enough to prove that Purohit had already kicked off efforts to liaison with establishments in Nepal and Israel to set up a separate Hindu rashtra. In a meeting which was attended by Dayanand Pandey alias Sudhakar Dwivedi, Delhi based Dr R P Singh, a Col Bappaditya Dhar, Himani Sawarkar and others, Purohit is seen and heard saying: “I have contacted Israel and one of our captains has been to Israel. There has been a very positive response from their side. They have said show us something on the ground because we have just shown them everything on paper right now. They said wait and watch for six months.”
On behalf of the council of the right wing Hindu extremists, Purohit had even managed to clinch a couple of deals with his counterparts in Israel. The ATS transcripts show Purhit saying: “We asked for four things - continuous and uninterrupted supply of equipmental training, secondly allow us to start our office with a saffron flag in Tel Aviv, number three political asylum and number four support our cause in the United Nations that Hindu nation is born.” At one point Swami Dayanand Pandey is heard saying: “I had told you that day that two people from Israel had come to us. They sat here and talked for a while and whatever it is they promised to cooperate first.”
The transcripts also speak of the group’s plan to seek help from ousted Nepal monarch King Gyanendra. In his conversations with the other accused Purohit explains: “We must understand our requirement. I should tell you that we had a meeting fixed with King Gyanendra for June 24, 2006 and then again on February 13, 2007. We had fixed this meeting on the phone. The transcripts also mentions of Queen Aishwarya’s interest in Hindu fundamentalism and her association with Purohit. Swami Dayanand Pandey: “Who is this queen?” Purohit: “Gyanendra’s wife, the maharani. She is anyway attached to him. We have been in contact with her.” A Nepal army official who is acting as a middleman for Purohit and King Gyanendra, through whom Purohit had almost got a clearance to train cadres in Nepal. Talking in particular to Swami Dayanand Pandey, Purohit says: There is a Col Prajwal who is also a Brigadier in the intelligence. We had fixed a meeting with a lot of difficulty. I had proposed and the king had accepted that 20 of my men will be given officer training every six months. In a year I will get 40 people and 200 of my men will train for jawans. You being an independent nation ask for AKs from Czech republic and we will pay for the ammunition. The king had accepted the proposal. Just imagine if that had happened.”
The transcripts further show that during the meeting, a heated discussion ensued within the group where Retd Major Ramesh Upadhyay announced the last decision. “The thing is that the Constitution that we are following is not and will not be acceptable to us. Another Constitution will come into place, then the Hindu rashtra will be established but till then, it is not there,” Upadhyay stated. The ATS is hoping this evidence will help them secure conviction, even as they have made the other accused - Himani Sawarkar, serving colonel Bappaditya Dhar and Delhi-based Dr R P singh - the key witnesses in the case.

2 comments:

  1. Nuclear Flashpoint Kashmir01 February, 2009 07:22

    Time for blasts, Malegaon's just a trailer: Pramod Muthalik
    Courtesy: Daily Etalaat dated January 31st, 2009
    Bangalore, January 30: Rashtriya Hindu Sena chief Pramod Muthalik, now facing the heat for his support to the January 24 Mangalore pub attack, openly advocates militancy and calls the Malegaon blasts a 'trailer'.

    Shortly after Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur was named in the Malegaon blasts case, Muthalik called her a 'revolutionary' and an 'ideal' for others to follow.

    Muthalik's speech approving the Malegaon attack was aired by English News Channel Times Now on Thursday.

    Supporting Sadhvi Pragya, Muthalik said: “One should not give her the tag of a terrorist. If anyone is doing so, the message of revolution in this country will be lost. Terrorism is the activity of traitors. If Sadhvi is among those involved, she is a revolutionary and an ideal for all of us. If you are calling all of them terrorists, then revolutionaries like Kittur Chennamma, Jhansi Rani and Bhagat Singh are terrorists too.”

    On January 17, 2008, while addressing a rally in Udupi, Muthalik said: “It’s time for blasts. Malegaon is just a trailer. Every house should have a person like Pragya Singh. Every housewife will carry bombs now.’’

    The key accused in the Malegaon blast case, Lt Col Prasad Purohit, has said he knew Muthalik and was impressed by his work and ‘dedication’.

    Purohit’s disclosure is documented in the Malegaon blasts chargesheet. The lieutenant colonel is presently in the custody of Maharashtra’s Anti- Terrorism Squad. He is accused of having aided, abetted and conspired to commit criminal activities.

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  2. there are some aberrations in every community but it is still better than the religion of PISS

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