RSS, VHP and Bajrang Dal engaged in terrorist activities across India

Islamabad, September 11, 2022 (PPI-OT):Former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh leader Yashwant Shinde has said that Hindu organizations like Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal are engaged in terrorist activities across India.

Yashwant Shinde speaking during an exclusive Congressional Briefing co-organized by a coalition of human rights organizations, including the Indian American Muslim Council, in Washington also said India’s investigation agencies only ever arrested foot soldiers but never the mastermind from among the RSS leadership who were the brain behind the expansive plot to carry out the terror bombings, said a report released by the KMS, today.

According to the report, he said Hindu right-wing outfits engineered several bomb blasts across India in the 2000s to help Bharatiya Janata Party wing elections, adding that BJP had collaborated with RSS to carry out terror attacks across India for political and electoral gains in the 2000s.

The report said even Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has admitted that all arrested Hindu terrorists have had RSS link in some way or the other. It has been proven that those who executed Malegaon blast, Mecca Masjid blast, Samjhauta express blast etc were influenced by RSS ideology, it maintained.

It said Hindu fascism is what RSS has been advancing since its inception in 1920s, adding RSS founders were inspired by Nazis and Hindutva forces like RSS, BJP, and VHP are ideological equals of the Nazis.

The report said Modi is a lifetime member of RSS, which is inspired by Adolf Hitler and India under Modi has become a Hindutva fascist regime like the Nazis of Germany. It said extremist ideology being propagated by RSS poses a danger to the regional and international peace. The report said Pakistan has time and again urged the United Nations Security Council to designate RSS as a terror group.

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