RSS men held for killing Ajmer blast mastermind
Dewas (MP): Police arrested three persons
belonging to RSS in connection with the murder of an
office-bearer of the Sangh Parivar fountainhead Sunil Joshi
who was linked to Ajmer dargah and Hyderabad`s Mecca Masjid
The arrested trio in connection with Joshi`s
killing are Harshad Solanki, who is already in the custody of
Rajasthan ATS for his alleged role in Ajmer blast case,
Vasudev Parmar of Dewas in Madhya Pradesh and Anand Raj of
Vinod Kushwaha, the investigating officer, said the trio
was taken into custody and efforts were on nab the two others
who are allegedly involved in the blast.
Five persons were wanted in connection with the murder of
Joshi who was an accused in Ajmer blast case.
Dewas SP Surendra Singh said Solanki confessed to the
murder of Joshi in Dewas in December 2007 after the latter had
been allegedly misbehaving with him.
Police sources, however, said the murder of Joshi, who is
linked to Sadhvi Pragya Singh, a member of right wing group
Abhinav Bharat and an accused in Malegaon blast case, followed
suspicion that he could have turned an approver in Ajmer blast
The trio was produced in the court of Judicial Magistrate
First Class (JMFC) Kamlesh Kumar Soni who sent Solanki to
judicial custody till December 30 while Mehul and Ramesh were
remanded to police custody till December 24.
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