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August 07, 2011




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Chidambaram’s bunkum claims
By TC Govindan

SHRI P Chidambaram is not talking the truth. Bomb making was first started by CPI(M) in West Bengal to terrorise Congress supporters and also to eliminate their party workers in the 1960s-70s. To counter the CPI(M), Congress also started manufacturing bombs. But they were all crude bombs without any separate timer and triggering devices. Manufacturing of such crude bombs and carrying them itself is very risky. A number of people got killed or injured while manufacturing and carrying the bombs. CPI(M) also started using the crude bombs against BJP workers and RSS activists in Kerala. But terrorists use sophisticated and miniature (compact) bombs, with timer and triggering devices for the blasts in India. After the Malegaon blast in 2006, experts said Hindu activists have no technical know-how to manufacture such devices.

Union Home Minister is fooling the people and trying to divert the attention of the people to escape from his involvement in 2G scam. Whatever Home Minister is telling all bunkum and there is no truth in it.

In the September 2006 incident,police investigations have determined that the explosives contained in these bombings were “a cocktail of RDX, ammonium nitrate and fuel oil — the same mixture used in 7/11 Mumbai train bombings, a terrorist incident for which several Islamist groups are suspects. Since the investigation was still under way, Nasik Superintendent of Police Rajvardhan declined to give details, saying: “We can’t say anything till we get reports from all the agencies”.

However, the Anti-Terrorist Squad has prima facie ruled out the involvement of Hindu groups in the Malegaon blasts citing the reasons that RDX is only available to Islamist outfits.

Ajai Sahni, an intelligence analyst who tracks terrorist groups in South Asia, also said it was unlikely to be a Hindu group because they “lacked the organisation for such an attack”.







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