KOLKATA: The people who coined the word “Hindutva terror“ have committed a “sin“, an “unpardonable act and they have to pay a price for this“, said Indresh Kumar, the Margdarshak of Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM) of the RSS. Indresh Kumar’s name featured in the charge sheet submitted in connection with the Ajmer Darga Blast in 2007, in which at least three people were killed and more than a dozen were injured .
With the acquittal of Swami Aseemananda, his name has also been cleared of all charges. However, the top leader of RSS claims that there had been no case against him and that his name was not in the FIRs lodged. In a telephonic interaction with the ET, the senior RSS Pracharak said, “Congress always wanted to malign RSS.And, for this, they wanted to frame many of the RSS Pracharaks in the case. They wanted to restrict my work towards our minority brothers. That is why they tried to frame me in the case.“
Commenting on Hindutva terrorism, he said, “This is a sin they have committed by coining the word Hindutva terror.Now, with the acquittal, this is falling flat. Several times they used the words saffron terrorism. Who they are trying to attack by these words? It is their own country. They have insulted the nation, the humanity and the soil. It is a sin and it is unpardonable.“