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Aseemanand conscience bleeds leading to confession

By Anita

Swami Aseemanand
New Delhi, Jan 14: Swami Aseemanand has opened a Pandora's box of troubles for the RSS and other Hindutva elements. His explosive rhetoric caused a flurry among right wing supporters after naming some key RSS leaders in the various blast cases that rocked India.

There are more controversies in Aseemanand's kitty after a private television channel aired a copy of a letter written by him to the Presidents of both India and Pakistan. He had written the letter on December 20, 2010 and had confessed to his involvement on the crimes committed. He had also revealed that his change of heart was because of a Muslim boy who was falsely implicated in the Malegaon blast and is jailed. The Malegaon was found to be the handiwork of Hindu extremists, according to confessions by Aseemanand.

The letter was apparently sent to Aseemanand's brother who was asked to forward them to both President's. But his brother did not send them to the President's offices. The letter now becomes crucial evidence after it was found by investigative agencies.

This has proved that Swami Aseemanand had not given out the explicit details under pressure from any parties or investigative agencies. Aseemanand's confession had caused major embarrassment to right wing groups and the CBI recorded his confessions on December 18, 2010.

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