26/11 Attacks was planned conspiracy against Hindus and BJP

26/11 Attacks was planned conspiracy against Hindus and BJP

On the night of 26 November 2008 twelve years back, ten Kalashnikov-wielding terrorists attacked Mumbai. They stuck simultaneously at five locations, shooting dead 140 Indians and 25 foreign tourists. American and British passport-holders were executed in two luxury hotel complexes. At a Jewish cultural center, Israeli nationals were tortured before being killed. A fourth location, a café frequented by Western backpackers, was enfiladed with automatic fire. Only at the city’s main railway station, the site of the largest number of deaths were all the victims Indian. The gunmen seemed at war not just with India, but with the world.

They targeted Western nationals, as well as Indian civilians. This ensured there would be much greater global interest in ascertaining the perpetrators’ true identities than with previous attacks that ‘only’ targeted Indian citizens. Second, during previous raids, LeT gunmen had stormed a single location and fought to the death. Without anyone left to interrogate, the attackers’ country of origin would be difficult to verify. In Mumbai, the gunmen attacked multiple sites simultaneously and sought to maneuver in the densely crowded city. However, unfamiliar with the topography, one of the attackers were unable to barricade himself in time. Local policemen swarmed him while he was on the move, losing one of their colleagues in the process. The arrest of this gunman, whose name was Ajmal Kasab, was a game-changer. For the first time, India captured a participant in a suicidal attack with high interrogation value.

 Ajmal Amir Kasab, whose pictures with weapons firing on innocent citizens were flashed across the media carried with him a card that identified him as Samir Choudhary.

Rakesh Maria, then police chief of Mumbai wrote in his book "Let Me Say It Now" that the identification card stated that he was a student of a college in Hyderabad. It also had a Bangalore address, when the terrorists came out on the streets of Mumbai, they were seen with saffron threads tied on their wrist. This was a deliberate attempt to divert the attention from Pakistan and make it look as though the attacks were carried out by the Hindus in India and justify the new term "HINDU TERROR"

This was followed by an event attended by Congress leader, Digvijaya Singh attending the launch of a book titled "RSS ki Saazish-26/11". The attack was also blamed on the CIA, Mossad, and RSS by group editor of Roznama Rashtriya Sahara, Aziz Burney.

If one goes by the pattern in which the ISI operates, it was clear that it carries out attacks and blames it on India. This is one of the primary reasons why it nurtured homegrown terror groups such as the SIMI and Indian Mujahideen. The primary intention of getting locals to carry out attacks was to ensure that the country burns, but the ISI would continue to have the deniability factor.

During the probe into the attack, a book titled, 'Who Killed Karkare,' was released by the former inspector general of police, SM Mushrif. He blamed the overall attack on Pakistan but noted that the killing of Karkare was the handiwork of the right-wing groups.

Saffron Terrorism: Myth or political conspiracy against Hindus and Modi?

The shocking blasts of Malegaon and Samjhauta were projected as ‘saffron terrorism'. Recently PM Modi also said in Wardha that Samjhauta's verdict exposed the conspiracy to defame crores. This term was deliberately coined by the then UPA government. Why and how the political conspiracy was webbed against the RSS and other Hindu organizations was revealed by author/Journalist Dr. Praveen Tiwari in his recent book, 'The Great Indian Conspiracy', which was published by the Bloomsbury India. Saffron Terrorism is a term that is not only hurting the sentiments of Hindus but is also a threat to fight the real terrorism nurtured in Pakistan and Islamic states. This term was deliberately imposed by the UPA government for the sake of vote bank politics. There are some facts that can surprise you to the extent that the dirty vote politics can break all the barriers of ethics and national security. Malegaon and Samjhauta blasts were not the only disguise by the UPA government but the 26/11 Mumbai attack also headed towards the same theory. The extent of the attack and a war-like situation forced the politicians to hold back this conspiracy.

Kasab and his fellows came well-disguised into Indian borders via sea route from Karachi, Pakistan What could a mass murderer gain by trying to look like a Hindu or a Muslim? Would the wrist bands of terrorists tell a different story for the Mumbai attacks and Karkare’s murder, if we had not captured Kasab? The police had reached the same conclusion in the 2006 Malegaon blasts when it arrested SIMI activists. Then, we suddenly saw Aseemanand’s confession after several years. These accused were eventually acquitted. Chidambaram unabashedly declared not to oppose their bail. This was a glaring example of communal politics. The mud could not stick in the 26/11 attack case, but some serious terror operations were painted in saffron. 

The assumption that only Hindus could have planted bombs in Muslim majority areas endangered social amity. Now, the same probe agencies are giving clean chits to the accused of ‘Saffron Terror’ cases. NIA is exposing the loopholes of the ATS investigation. However, will the real masterminds go scot-free? Should the manipulators of the Samjhauta Express bombings not be held accountable? Should we not investigate those who had exonerated Pakistan of its guilt? This book is extensive research on this dirty communal politics. How the UPA government was trying to stop Narendra Modi from being the Prime Ministerial candidate for the NDA government. Even the Gujarat riots and Ishrat Jahan encounter was also deliberately portrayed in the wrong way. These vote politics was the greatest conspiracy ever done in the history of Indian politics.