Suspected terrorist of Malegaon blast offered legal aid

Suspected terrorist of Malegaon blast offered legal aid

New Delhi : A Hindu group on Wednesday offered legal assistance to the suspected terrorist of Malegaon blast Sadhvi Pragya Singh and her associates, who were arrested by Maharashtra police.

The Sri Ram Sena (SRS), recently in news for allegedly vandalising an M F Hussain exhibition in Delhi and attacking churches in Karnataka, said the three accused are being made “political victims” by the Congress to hide its own inadequacies.

“The Maharashtra government is raking up the Malegaon blast issue to divert attention from the hooliganism of Raj Thackeray while in the Centre the government is looking for an issue to cover up the Batla House encounter incident,” SRS General Secretary, Binay Singh told PTI.

Several Christian organisations and former Prime Minister H D Devegowda had demanded a ban on SRS for its alleged involvement in the church attacks in Karnataka.

SRS, which claims no formal association with the RSS, was founded by former RSS functionary Pramod Muttalick about three years ago.

The group’s political wing Rashtriya Hindusthan Sena, which opposes the BJP, had fielded candidates from 58 seats in the recent Karnataka assembly elections


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