26/11: A manufactured Hindu terror bogey and Kasab almost passed off as Samir Chaudhary

Rakesh Maria, the lead investigator of the case wrote in his book “Let Me Say It Now” that the identification card stated that he was a student of a college in Hyderabad. It also had a Bangalore address.

To add to this, when the terrorists came out on the streets, they were seen with saffron threads. This was a clear attempt to divert the attention from Pakistan and make it look at though the attacks were carried out by the Hindus in India.

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Bogey of Hindu terror post 26/11: Statements by Congress leaders hurt probe, strengthened Pakistan’s case

26:11attackSaroj Kumar Rath, a professor at the Delhi University and author of “Fragile Frontiers: The Secret History of Mumbai Terror attacks,” said that there were many people back then who had tried to paint a very different image of the 26/11 attack

The events around the Mumbai 26/11 attack were raked up following the revelations made by lead investigator and former Mumbai police commissioner Rakesh Maria.

Maria, who led the probe into the attack in his book, “Let Me Say it Now”, spoke about how attempts were made to pass of the entire attack as a doing of the Hindus. He also said that had Ajmal Kasab not been caught, then he would have lived as Samir Choudhary.

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Let Me Say It Now: Congress, ISI were on same page while manufacturing Hindu terror bogey

sonia-rahulOfficials who interrogated Kasab told MyNation that the terrorists were advised by their handlers to sport red bands. The ISI could not succeed in passing off the Mumbai 26/11 attack as one of Hindu terror.

Bengaluru: The cat is out of the bag again. This time it is the lead investigator of the Mumbai 26/11 attack, who has said that there was a deliberate attempt to manufacture a Hindu terror plot.

Had this not been stopped, we would have known Ajmal Kasab as Samir Choudhary, former police commissioner of Mumbai, Rakesh Maria, who led the 26/11 investigation, has said in his book.

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Malegaon to Samjhauta: How politics of terror derailed these cases

New Delhi, Apr 18: The BJP after selecting Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur as its candidate from Bhopal said that the decision was taken to punish the Congress for its Hindu terror bogey.

The Congress said it would request the EC to review its decision, as the campaign did not name any person.

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Hindu terror- Is it a political conspiracy against RSS?

Pic: The Hindu
Pic: The Hindu

There were sensational disclosures made by various investigation agencies claiming that Hindu terror was a reality. However today there appears to be a cloud on those disclosures with several accused claiming that they were forced to implicate Hindus and the RSS in these cases. The Central Bureau of Investigation which has one such letter alleging pressure from senior Congress leaders to implicate the RSS will now probe the matter and put out a report.

CBI sources tell rediff.com that the matter will be looked into and probed. We do not know if the allegations are true or false, but we will investigate the matter and put out a report.

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