If Aseemanand has made the disclosure, then it may be true: Sushil Kumar Shinde

If Aseemanand has made the disclosure, then it may be true: Sushil Kumar Shinde
New Delhi: According to reports by Caravan Magazine, Aseemanand, a key accused in the 2007 Ajmer Dargah blast case, has claimed that the Malegaon, Ajmer and Samjhauta Express attacks were sanctioned by the RSS top brass, including its chief Mohan Bhagwat. No prominent RSS leader has been named in the chargesheet of the Natoinal Investigating Ageny so far. The RSS has contested the report asking how could Aseemanand be interviewed when he is in jail.
  • If he (Aseemanand) has made the disclosure, then it may be true.
    Sushil Kumar Shinde, Union Home Minister 06/02/2014
  • Aseemanand is in jail. How can he be interviewed? We question the veracity of the conversations.
    Ram Madhav, RSS spokesperson 06/02/2014
  • Impossible that Sangh tells someone to explode bombs. Sangh's job is character building.
    MG Vaidya, senior RSS leader 06/02/2014
  • The information may have a serious impact on our nation. It is a very sensitive issue. The truth should come out in front of the nation.
    Salman Khurshid, Foreign Minister 06/02/2014
  • Aseemanand's lawyer denied the tapes. It is an act of the dirty tricks department.
    Ravi Shankar Prasad, BJP spokesperson 06/02/2014
  • An extremely serious issue. CBI investigation must take place. If found guilty, strict action must be taken.
    Mayawati, Bahujan Samaj Party chief 06/02/2014
  • First let the RSS answer. These are serious allegations. If their answers don't satisfy the nation, the matter should be investigated.
    Sitaram Yechury, CPM leader 06/02/2014
  • Statements are twisted and presented to defame Hindutva organizations.
    Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena MP 06/02/2014
  • There must be an investigation. In all these blasts, RSS and Bajrang Dal's names came up.
    Ram Vilas Paswan, Lok Janshakti Party chief 06/02/2014

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