new Delhi. Political furore has begun after the discharge of the guide 'Let Me Say It Now' by Rakesh Maria, former commissioner of Mumbai Police and retired IPS officer investigating the 26/11 terror assault. A spherical of accusations has began within the Congress and BJP on the problem of Hindu terrorism. In response to Congress chief Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary's assertion on Hindu terrorism, BJP nationwide spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao mentioned that we are able to see a connection between the Congress's concept of Hindu terrorism and the 26/11 technique of the LeT.
Earlier, Leader of Opposition within the Congress and Lok Sabha, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, has commented on Union Minister Piyush Goyal's assertion that he accused Congress of elevating false Hindu terrorism difficulty after 26/11 assaults. <! –
He mentioned that when the time period 'Hindu terror' was coined, there was a unique background. The Mecca Masjid was detonated and Pragya Thakur, the others had been then arrested. Terrorists all the time cheat. They don’t perform assaults with their true identification. It was the UPA authorities on the time of 26/11 that instructed all concerning the assault. Ajmal Kasab was hanged later throughout the UPA regime.
In reality, the entire controversy began after the discharge of the guide 'Let Me Say It Now' by Rakesh Maria, former Mumbai Police commissioner and investigator of 26/11 terror assault. Maria's guide 'Let Me Say It Now' was launched on Monday. Rakesh Maria has revealed sensational secrets and techniques in his guide. He mentioned that Pakistan and its terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba had conspired to provide the Mumbai assault the colour of 'Hindu terror'. But his plot was foiled after terrorist Ajmal Kasab was caught alive.
He has additional mentioned that Lashkar had despatched Kalawa in Kasab's hand. He additionally had an identification card within the title of Bangalore resident Sameer Chaudhary. Had Kasab additionally been killed as per Pakistan and Lashkar's plan, the assault would have been given the type of 'Hindu terror'. It was then described within the media because the act of 'Hindu terror'. Newspapers used to have large headlines within the title of 'Hindu terrorism', breaking information within the title of Hindu terror on information channels. There would have been a media line at Kasab's home in Bangalore to speak to his household and neighbors. But Kasab turned out to be Ajmal Amir Kasab of Faridkot, Pakistan.