NIA to chargesheet RSS leader in Samjhauta case

Indresh Kumar
New Delhi, Jun 21: After the alleged involvement of the Hindutva leader Swami Aseemanand and four others in 2007 Samjhauta Express bombings, the National Investigation Agency have now accused the top RSS leader, Indresh Kumar in the same attack, that took away the lives of 68 civilians.

Indresh Kumar is the topmost RSS member. His name cropped first in Malegaon blasts and also during Ajmer Dargah blast case and was also named by Rajasthan Anti Terrorist Squad chargesheet.

A senior ministry of home affairs official said that they were gathering evidences against the RSS leader Indresh, who was supposed to have played a crucial role in arranging finances for terror attack on Samjhuata Express. "His name might figure in the supplementary chargesheet, which we will file very soon in this case. Our investigation is not over yet," he added.

But this is not the end of the issue. The investigators said that one of the accused, who was arrested by the MP Police for Sunil Joshi (another accused in Samjhauta blast, along with swami Aseemanad) murder case, had told that few RSS leaders including Indresh Kumar had provided Rs 70,000 to a group to carry out operation to explode the Pakistan-bound train.

But, Indresh Kumar rebutted all such allegations against himself by accusing the government for "telling a bunch of lies in the court of law and it"s an effort to defame organisation like RSS."

“It seems that Indian government is getting orders from Pakistan. Our investigating agencies have given clean chit to Pakistan. And now, they are targetting our own people. First, they will hand over Swamiji (Aseemanand) and then I will be given to the Pakistan," Indresh added.

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