It’s laughable how Digvijay Singh who is a close friend of Terrorist Zakir Naik went on to falsely accuse RSS for 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attacks. Indian National Congress politician and the present General Secretary of Congress, Digvijay Singh has always been a close friend of Jihadi Zakir Naik and numerous times have tried his best to save and back Zakir Naik. Digvijaya Singh once shared the stage with Zakir Naik in 2012. In a video published on Peace TV, he can be seen praising the controversial preacher. Digvijay Singh remarked, “Zakir should travel all over India…I am very happy that he is spreading the message of peace….We need your message to reach the country”. Nevertheless, be it calling the 9/11 mastermind “Osamaji” or 26/11 mastermind “Saeed Sahab”, Digvijay Singh has time and again tried to legitimize Islamic radicals.
On 26th of November 2008, one of the most deadly and heart wrenching terror attacks took place in the “city of dreams”. “The city that never sleeps” was forced to stay awake by the horrific sounds of gunshots. The terror attack which left a deep impact into the hearts of every Bhartiya. It wasn’t tough to recognise the one who was responsible for the deadly terror attack which took the lives of more than 174 people.
The Mumbai Terror attacks was carried out by Lashkar-e-Taiba, a jihadi outfit which is funded, supported and raised by Terroristan( Pakistan) in order to give thousand wounds to Bharat. 10 Jihadis of Lashkar-e-Taiba entered Mumbai and killed many innocents including children.
Pakistan carried out the terrorist attack and after the completion of the attack, Indian National Congress went on a rampage to cover up the involvement of Pakistan, ISI and Lashkar-e-Taiba in the attack. Half of the work of Pakistan was being done by Pakistani mind-set Indians living in Bharat. Indian National Congress tried tooth and nail to falsely accuse RSS ,BJP and Indian Army for the 2008 mumbai terror attacks.
Urdu Journalist Aziz Burney who has always been the favourite of Indian National Congress went on to a “senseless” book on 2010 named “26/11 : RSS Ki Sazish” which falsely accused RSS and BJP for the terror attack which happened in Mumbai. This book was launched by the General Secretary of Congress Digvijay Singh who is a close friend of Jihadi Zakir Naik. The launching of the book also featured Mahesh Bhatt again is a close friend of jihadi Zakir Naik. This nonsensical book didn’t give a single evidence of how RSS is responsible for the attack but went on to beat around the bush. Congress President, Sonia Gandhi, has not condemned her leaders for their endorsement of a book that indirectly aids an enemy state, Pakistan. The only one of the 10 terrorists, Ajmal Kasab, survived the attack. He confessed upon interrogation that the attacks were conducted with the support of the Pakistan government’s intelligence agency, the ISI but still Congress went on to provide a coverup for the heinous act which was done by Pakistan.
Urdu Journalist Aziz Burney who wrote “26/11 : RSS Ki Sazish” not only falsely accused RSS/BJP but also Indian Army for the 2008 Mumbai attacks. He accused Indian Army for the death of Hemant Karkare. He also claimed Israeli Intelligence Agency Mossad and CIA responsible for the attack. In an article written by Congress favourite Urdu Journalist Aziz Burney, he wrote “The higher authorities with criminal background from Mumbai police force killed Hemant Karkare with the help of Indian army. CIA, Mossad, Narendra Modi and RSS are responsible for 26/11 attack,”.
This was how a whole propaganda was launched against RSS, BJP and Indian Army by the Indian National Congress which was the ruling party at the centre when the attack happened. Indian National Congress took the lives of hundreds of people merely for its petty politics and for its hunt of power. In 2007, the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had even felicitated Aziz Burney and his Urdu publication Roznama Rashtriya Sahara for the excellence in journalism at an event to celebrate the 60 years of Indian regional language journalism.
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