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Is Swami Aseemanand being framed on blast cases?

By Anita

Swami Aseemanand
New Delhi, Jan 18: Swami Aseemanand is in the eye of controversy yet again. His confessions had a damaging impact on right wing groups and his explosive revelations on their involvement in various terrorist activities. The latest twist in the case is that the confession letters written by him to the Presidents of India and Pakistan are fake and apparently not written by him.

Aseemanand claimed to have written letters to the Presidents of India and Pakistan confessing of his involvement in the Ajmer, Mecca Masjid, Malegaon and Samjhauta Express blasts together with other key officials in RSS. Now, Aseemanand's brother Sukumar in an interview to CNN-IBN has revealed that he did not receive any letter from Aseemanand. Aseemanand had claimed that these letters were forwarded to Aseemanand's brother who was asked to forward them to both presidents of India and Pakistan. Though, he failed to do so.

Sukumar has now come out with the statement, "I met my brother. We spoke about personal things. But he never gave me any letter." Sukumar seemingly met with Aseemanand at the Chanchalguda Central Jail, Hyderabad.

Aseemanand's lawyer, Ramchandraji Rao also rubbished all claims made and said that his client, Aseemanand cannot write the kind of language written in the letter. The letter was flashed across media and was written in chaste English. Rao said, "Sukumar met Aseemanand in front of me and no exchange of letters took place."

Read: Aseemanand conscience bleeds leading to confession

This news comes as a big blow to investigation agencies who appeared to have cracked the blast cases and have been successful in establishing saffron terror as a major factor in terrorist activities across the country.

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