Gehlot attacks right-wing groups
New Delhi: In a veiled attack on right-wing
groups, Rajasthan government on Tuesday said terrorist tendencies
were flourishing within the country under the garb of
"Such activities, some under the garb of nationalistic
acts and some direct terrorist acts, threaten to disturb the
unity and social fabric of the country," Chief Minister Ashok
Gehlot said at an internal security meet.
He said the Rajasthan Anti-Terrorist Squad aimed at
exposing such activities. "I am hinting at the successful
probe in Ajmer Bomb blast case," he said, adding it has
brought to light alleged role of certain right-wing groups.
Gujarat based Swami Aseemanand, closely associated with
the RSS, has confessed to the role of right-wing groups in the
Ajmer blast case, as well as some others including the
Samjhautha train attack.
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