After Nawaz Sharif’s confession Congress and its leaders owe an apology to RSS and the nation for floating their false theory of 26/11 Attacks

After the confession of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif’s of the state role in 26/11 attacks on Mumbai time has come now for Congress party and its leaders who shamefully defamed RSS and the nation to seek a hand-folded apology from the organization and whole nation for practicing their divisive politics.

Yesterday speaking to Pakistani newspaper Dawn, Sharif, who was ousted from power by the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the Panama Papers case in 2017, said the following:

“Militant organisations are active. Call them non-state actors, should we allow them to cross the border and kill 150 people in Mumbai? Explain it to me. Why can’t we complete the trial?” — a reference to the Mumbai attacks-related trials which have stalled in a Rawalpindi anti-terrorism court.

From this statement of Sharif, Pakistan’s role in perpetrating the heinous 26/11 attacks on Mumbai is quite clear. This fact that has come in front has very major internal political implications for India as well.

It has been very clear from the starting that this conspiracy was well planned by some of the leaders of India to disgrace the country at international level and also to tarnish the reputations of RSS by blaming them for the attacks. At that time the theory was propagated that attacks have happened as a result of a joint conspiracy between RSS, CIA, and Mossad.

According to the FirstPost report by Raghav Pandey , A book titled, 26/11: RSS ki Saazish? (26/11: An RSS Conspiracy?) was authored by Aziz Burney, the then editor-in-chief of Sahara Urdu newspaper and was inaugurated by Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh not once but twice, once in Delhi and then in Mumbai again. Congress MLA Kripashanker Singh, Bollywood director Mahesh Bhatt, the then Samajwadi Party MLA Abu Azmi, and former Maharashtra IGP SM Mushrif also supported the theory and made their presence at the events.

These incidents are also indicative of the politics of the Congress, which rests not on a constructive agenda but a destructive one, even if it comes at the cost of the reputation and integrity of the country. Will these leaders and the other personalities now apologize to the nation and RSS for damaging the public image of the RSS and posturing of our country at the international level? Infact mere apology is also not enough from these leaders. They should also be criminally prosecuted for willfully instigating discontent in the society.

The Indian Penal Code under Section 153A makes someone criminally liable who promotes enmity between different groups on the ground of religion. Also, under Section 153B, one whose actions are prejudicial to the national integration of our country, is made criminally liable as well. Clearly, Digvijaya Singh, Kripashankar, and his ilk have a criminal liability under these provisions not just towards the RSS but also towards the nation as a whole.

The Congress and the Samajwadi Party which always has followed this divisive politics for their personal benefits have never thought what implications it could have at society and nation. People of the nation should show such parties and leaders their actual place by exercising their rights and should not let the political discourse touch to the highest point, where winning an election becomes much more important for the political parties than catering to the national interest of the country.

Credit : FirstPost