Malegaon blast: NIA gave clean cheat to Sadhvi Pragy after eight years

New Delhi: After 8 years to the biggest tragedy of time, the arrested person- Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur in connection with the Malegaon Blast, now set to free and no more to be behind the bars, as the National Investigation Agency- NIA has dropped charges against her. Moreover, the Investigating Agency found stated that the “recoveries” made by the State investigating agency were “doubtful and tainted.”

It is notable in this connection with that, the arrested- Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur has wore the robes and other accused persons from this case were also following the traditional Hindu outfits have gave birth to the controversial term “saffron” or “Hindu” terror.

In the year 2008, she was arrested and thereafter in the year 2009, first charge- sheet was filed by the Anti- Terror Squad- ATS of the Maharashtra Police, thus, the present matter was heated political and public debate.

Also, it was seen that the Pragya and others like Colonel Prasad Srikant Purohit and Swami Aseemanand’s arrests was vigorously contested by the Bhartiya Janata Party- BJP, and while so, they sought to challenge the conspiracy on the part of Congress for defaming the Hinduism. However, it is also reportedly, found that the attention from the actual perpetrators of the crime, reportedly, Islamic terror modules, was distracted.

However, from the part of the Congress, it was told that the investigative agencies were on the right track. Moreover, the then Home Minister- Sushil Kumar Shinde, while speaking at the Congress Convention in Jaipur, he claimed that the Rashtriya Swyamsevek Sangh- RSS and BJP were promoting the Hindu Terror. In his words, the “reports have come during investigation that BJP and RSS conduct terror training camps to spread terrorism. Bombs were planted in the Samjhauta Express, Mecca Masjid and a blast was also carried out in Malegaon. We will have to think about it seriously and will have to remain alert.” However, after nearly a month later, the said Shinde from Congress found expressing the “regret” for his Hindu terror remarks.

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