Digvijay puts brave face on `Facebook` abuse
Cong gen secy Digvijay Singh said he did not regret being abused on social networking site `Facebook` for his stance on RSS.
Pune: Congress general secretary Digvijay
Singh on Monday said he did not regret being abused on social
networking site `Facebook` for his stance on RSS and will
continue his fight against saffron elements.
"I am subjected to abuses on the `Facebook` but our fight
against `fascist RSS` will continue uncompromisingly," he told
party workers here today.
In a caustic attack on the Nagpur-based Sangh
fountainhead, Singh recalled that he was being ridiculed when
he first spoke about the involvement of RSS elements in the
Malegaon and Ajmer blast.
"But later Swami Aseemanand spilled the beans," he added.
Directing his tirade against BJP and the saffron outfits,
Singh said, "Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi first called
the late ATS chief Hemant Karkare a traitor and later wanted
to present a cheque of Rs one crore to his widow Kavita which
He also alleged that after the Malegaon blast case was
cracked, the saffron outfits instigated violence subsided.
Singh said Congress was against all types of extremist
elements and when he was the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, he
had acted against SIMI as well as the Bajrang Dal.