Varanasi : Hindi book titled ‘Invisible hand behind Malegaon bomb blast’ released


Varanasi – Few Hindus arrested in connection with their so-called involvement in Malegaon bomb blast of 2008 are languishing in prison for the past 6 years. A book has been written in Marathi with the above-mentioned title on their plight which has since been translated in Hindi and was released on 12th October at Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. The program was attended by Sanatan’s Saint H.H. Padmakar Honap with main speaker as Shri. Vikram Bhave, the author of the book, advocate Arunkumar Maurya and Hindu Yuva-Vahini’s Regional Vice President, Shri. Manish Pandeya. The program was compeered by Shri. Nilesh Singbal, State Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti for UP and was concluded with singing of ‘Vande Mataram’.

Hindus don’t spread terrorism but they eliminate terrorism ! – Shri. Manish Pandeya

After Malegaon bomb blast, the Government started using words like Hindu terrorism and saffron terrorism. Hindus never spread terrorism; in fact, they eliminate terrorism.

Modi Government should immediately do justice to innocent Hindus languishing in prison for 6 years! – Shri. Vikram Bhave, the author of the book and member of Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad

Muslim accused detained in connection with 2006 bomb blasts were released on bail. In the same manner, innocent Hindus should also be released immediately.

Demands made by pro-Hindu activists with Modi Government

1. The Chief Officer of National Investigating Agency (NIA) who was investigating Malegaon bomb blast case of 2008, should be dismissed.

2. The case should be re-investigated at high level and innocent Hindus unnecessarily detained in jail for past 6 years, should be immediately released.

3. Maharashtra anti-Terrorist Squad should explain where they have taken Shri. Dilip Patedar from Mumbai in the name of inquiry; where he has been hidden and why has he not yet returned home.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat