New Delhi, Nov 15 (UNI) The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh today accused the UPA government of seeking revenge against nationalist forces for demanding a stringent law against terror and action against Jehadi forces.
The Organiser, the RSS mouthpiece, in a signed editorial commented that the way the UPA was working on a '' sinister plot'' of implicating the patriotic and nationalist forces and linking the Hindu groups across the country from Nashik to Daang in Gujarat to Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh to Jammu, it smelled of a conspiracy.
The fables fed to the media on the Melegoan blasts case would not even stand the scrutiny of a bollywood director, the editorial said.
''It is a fantastic imagination to link such distant and independent individuals with a solitary half-baked conspiracy theory,'' the paper observed.
Finding loopholes in the police theory, the paper said the Malegoan blasts which claimed the lives of six Muslims were described by the police as explosions caused by 'crude bomb' and with no RDX in it. But now the Maharashtra ATS were charging Lt Col Purohit with providing RDX for the bomb.
Ironically, it was mostly Hindus who lost their lives in the blasts across the country. But the ATS was charging the Hindu groups not even sparing religious leaders and a Sadhvi(Pragya Thakur).
'' She was repeatedly made to undergo lie detector tests, polygraph and narco-analysis without her consent. She is only a suspect not a convict,'' the paper said.
It was shocking that the allegations were made against retired and serving retired army officials. The tests on Lt Col Purohit 'proved futile' to establish his involvement in the crime, the paper quoted the RSS as saying, adding that the UPA had been at odds with the Defence forces.
The communal profiling, Pay Commission controversary, ham-handed treatment to Kargil heroes, Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw's funeral and interfering in anti-terror operations in Jammu and Kashmir were a few example, it said.
'' The UPA has done everything in its power to undermine the essence and sovereignty of India,'' the paper said.
The UPA openly espoused the cause of SIMI and 'terrorist thugs'.
During its reign the Jamia Milia Vice-Chancellor led a procession against the raids on terrorist hideouts and declared funds for fighting the cases of terror suspects.
'' The UPA is perhaps wreaking its revenge on nationalist forces for asking for a stringent law against Jehadis and terrorists, who are out to destroy India,'' the paper said.
For the UPA, the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) was safe because it was the UPA government in the state.
The same provisions were denied to Gujarat when the anti-terror law of Gujarat (GUJCOCA) was sent to the President for approval, citing that it was 'draconian and dangerous' in nature like POTA, the editorial said.
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