RSS detonated bomb blasts across the country for BJP's win: RSS functionary claims in affidavittext_fields
Mumbai: An affidavit filed in the Nanded court by an RSS functionary made a stunning revelation of its devastatingly ulterior activities with the aim of helping the BJP to win elections, according to a report in Muslim Mirror.
Yashwant Shinde, who claimed he is an RSS functionary, said in the affidavit that it was RSS and organisations affiliated to it that detonated a series of bomb blasts across the country and he himself was present in the camps giving the training to bomb blasts.
In the affidavit, Shinde named several RSS and VHP functionaries who took part in many levels of the bomb blast project, from organising to selecting fighters, to planning, to executing the project.
Among them, Shinde, who claimed himself a staunch believer in Hindutva, and considers the Hindu religion a noble one, devoid of terrorist tendencies, named three persons who masterminded the blasts for RSS and VHP.
Besides, Indresh Kumar, and Himanshu Panse, the affidavit named Milind Parande, Rakesh Dhawade, and Ravi Dev (Mithun Chakravarty) as the main conspirators in this case. While Milind Parande and Rakesh Dhawad organised the training camps, it was Ravi Dev who imparted training in bomb-making.
Shinde further noted that he was not on the side where his masters were and that he did not wish to be part of heinous crimes. He also claimed that he even discouraged those with whom he had better connections in the organisation from carrying out bomb blasts, thus saving the lives of many innocent Hindus, Muslims and Christians, the affidavit said.
"As the RSS and VHP's plan of causing blasts throughout the country was not as successful as was expected the BJP was not politically benefitted. Consequently, in the 2004 elections, the Congress party got the majority. Persons like Milind Parande who were the main conspirators were scared and went underground, but they continued hatching conspiracies secretly. By remaining underground they carried out many bomb blasts across the country and with the help of biased police and one-sided media blamed them on Muslims. That helped them in 2014 Loksabha elections," the affidavit reads.
According to the affidavit, in 2014 the BJP captured power at the Centre and Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister. This resulted in the sudden activation of all the underground destructive forces belonging to Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Rashtriya Svayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
In the affidavit, the applicant states that the three persons mentioned are the main conspirators in the Nanded blast case of 2006 and requested they are to be brought before the law.