The Maharashtra government has
decided to ban right wing Hindu organisation Sanatan Sanstha,
for its alleged involvement in terror activities and would
soon send a proposal to the Centre in this regard.
Sanatan Sanstha, whose members were
arrested for attempt to carry out serial bomb blasts in Goa on
Diwali eve in 2009, has decided to go ahead with its campaign
against glorifying mythical demon `Narakasur` even this year.
Members of the Hindu rightwing group Sanatan Sanstha (SS), accused of carrying out the 2009 Diwali eve blast in Goa, `Googled` circuit diagrams from the Internet and later used them to build improvised explosive devices (IED).
The Goa Government on Tuesday said any
decision on banning right-wing Hindu outfit Sanatan Sanstha
will be taken after examining the chargesheet filed by the
National Investigation Agency into the Margao blast case.