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Congress completely exposed; It conspired to blame RSS Chief for 26/11 terror attack

Discussion in 'National Politics' started by NKVD, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. NKVD

    NKVD Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    https://twitter.com/TimesNow/status/885878588897075200

    Where is our nation heading? I want to ask this question because a nation will progress when each and every individual will contribute to it. But Congress has created a blunder just to gain political mileage.

    UPA had broken all the previous records of shamelessness and tried to frame RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat in terror attacks with the intension of inventing “saffron terrorism”. The Congress had pressurised the NIA and asked to fix Mohan Bhagwat Bhagwat even though there were no proofs against him. Sushil Kumar Shinde was the then Home Minister and it was all happening on his orders. The ruling party always try to unite the nation but Congress party tried to tag its own citizen as terrorist.

    In the aftermath of extremist violence in Ajmer and Malegaon, the UPA government tried to eliminate RSS from this country. But NIA officials didn’t pay any heed to the pressure of Congress leaders.
    The notings in files drawn up by NIA suggest that investigation officers – as well as other senior cops – were intending to interrogate Bhagwat for his purported role in Ajmer and other blasts allegedly carried out by Hindu terror organisation “Abhinav Bharat”.
     
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    randomradio Colonel Technical Analyst

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    It's Subramanium Swamy making the allegation.
     
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    WikiLeaks cables: Rahul Gandhi warned US of Hindu extremist threat
    Scion of India's leading political family told ambassador radicalised Hindu groups could create religious tension and political confrontation


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    Rahul Gandhi warned the US of a potential threat from Hindu extremist groups, secret cables have revealed. Photograph: Findlay Kember/AFP/Getty Images
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    Jason Burke in Delhi

    Thursday 16 December 2010 21.30 GMTFirst published on Thursday 16 December 2010 21.30 GMT

    Rahul Gandhi, the "crown prince" of Indian politics, told the US ambassador at a lunch last year that Hindu extremist groups could pose a greater threat to his country than Muslim militants.

    In controversial comments likely to cause a storm in India, Gandhi – considered a likely prime ministerial candidate and a scion of the country's leading political family – warned Timothy Roemer that although "there was evidence of some support for [Islamic terrorist group Laskar-e-Taiba] among certain elements in India's indigenous Muslim community, the bigger threat may be the growth of radicalised Hindu groups, which create religious tensions and political confrontations with the Muslim community".

    The 40-year-old politician, the son of the Congress party president, Sonia Gandhi, told the ambassador that "the risk of a "homegrown" extremist front, reacting to terror attacks coming from Pakistan or from Islamist groups in India, was a growing concern and one that demanded constant attention".

    The US view of him has evolved. In late 2007, US diplomats described the young politician, recently appointed to lead the Congress youth wing, as "widely viewed as an empty suit and will have to prove wrong those who dismiss him as a lightweight".

    "To do so he will have to demonstrate determination, depth, savvy and stamina. He will need to get his hands dirty in the untidy and ruthless business that is Indian politics," one said in a cable entitled The son also rises: Rahul Gandhi takes another step towards top job.

    Other cables talk of Gandhi's political inexperience and repeated gaffes. They also repeat cutting criticism from political analysts and journalists.

    However as Gandhi warmed to the US, the US warmed to him. In a meeting with another American official last summer, he explained his strategy of targeting rural populations and small towns, impressing his interlocutor.


    "[Gandhi] came off as a practiced politician who knew how to get his message across, was precise and articulate and demonstrated a mastery that belied the image some have of [him] as a dilettante," the official said.

    In November last year, after a meeting with the US ambassador, a cable to Washington described Gandhi as "an elusive contact in the past" but now "clearly interested in reaching out to the USG [United States government]".

    A cable from February this year describes him as "increasingly sure-footed".

    For Roemer, writing after the lunch during which Gandhi had commented on extremism, "the rising profile of young leaders like Rahul Gandhi provides [the USA with] an opening to expand the constituency in support of the strategic partnership with a long term horizon".


    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2010/dec/16/wikileaks-rahul-gandhi-warned-us-hindu-extremism
     
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    Most of which are found right CWG ,colgate ,national Herald
     
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    Notsuperstitious 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    Sounds suspect. This would have been too risky as truth was bound to come out.

    I do not put congress above such things though. They have considered political gain over national with horrible consequences. Example Bhindranwale, assam citizenship law, kashmir rigged elections etc etc. But this would have backfired so I doubt this was attempted.
     
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    The BrOkEn HeArT 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    They are "aastin ke snakes" . They can do any "neech kaam" for their political gain. Nation is nothing for them.
     
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    Anish Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    @Guynextdoor any answer? you traitorous snakes will never come back to power.
     
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