Exposing the plot to demonize an entire civilization
Thirteen years ago, on November 26, 2008, 10 jihadists trained in Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked important sites in Mumbai: the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus station, the commercial and residential complex of Nariman House, Cama hospital , the Leopold cafe, the Oberoi-Trident Hotel and Taj Hotel and tower. One of the most heinous, horrible and horrific acts of jihad ever perpetrated against us in contemporary times.
As military forces eliminated nine terrorists in a four-day operation, the only surviving terrorist, Ajmal Kasab, was apprehended alive and sentenced to death at Yerwada Central Prison in Pune in 2012. Tryst With Destiny ”a started “on the stroke of midnight” the day before August 15, 1947, devised a plan to end the opportunity to gain the support and empathy of the Indian Muslim community, in the hope of fostering that support during the upcoming national elections, according to a confidential memo written by then-US Ambassador to India David Mulford and addressed to the State Department on December 23, 2008, as follows: “Further, even after his A recent emboldened victory in state elections, the party made the cynical political calculation of believing in the plot. Mulford said in his cable that “the party has chosen to respond to the concerns of Muslims by encouraging those in the Muslim community who will continue to play on the notion of conspiracy.” Thus, the duck of ‘Hindutva terror or saffron terror’ swayed then coarse political minds (to appease Muslims), ushering in the scarecrow of ‘Hindu terror’ – one of the most popular scams. cleverer ways to bomb, demonize, smear, and shame an entire civilization, while whitewashing the Islamists for their heinous act of waging war against Bharat.
In his book Let me say it now, published in 2020, Rakesh Maria, former Mumbai police commissioner, says Lashkar-e-Taiba sought to portray the terrorist attack of 11/26 as an example of “Hindu terror”. “If everything had gone as planned, he [Kasab] would have died wearing a scarlet ribbon around his wrist like a Hindu. We would have discovered an identity card with a false name on his person: Samir Dinesh Chaudhari, student of Arunodaya Degree and PG College, Vedre Complex, Dilkhushnagar, Hyderabad, 500060, resident of 254, Teachers’ Colony, Nagarabhavi, Bengaluru, 500060, “writes Maria.
During US President Barack Obama’s visit to India in 2010, then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh shared his concerns with him, which are detailed in his book, A promised land (released in 2020). He feared that rising anti-Muslim sentiment had strengthened the Hindu Nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), India’s main opposition party. “The allure of religious and ethnic cooperation can be intoxicating in times of uncertainty, Mr. President,” the Prime Minister noted. “It is not difficult for politicians in India or elsewhere to take advantage of it,” Obama wrote in his memoir.
According to RVS Mani, a former administrator of the Indian government, “Congress and ISI are behind the terrorist attack of 11/26 in Mumbai”. The former bureaucrat is also opening a Pandora’s box when it comes to police corruption in Mumbai. He claims that an Indiabulls agent approached him and encouraged him not to prosecute a senior police officer as he was told 500 million rupees was up for grabs to ensure that a senior officer be appointed Mumbai Police Commissioner. Surprisingly, the wife of the controversial Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh is a director of the board of Indiabulls.
Many people tried to present a completely different picture of the 11/26 attacks at the time, according to Saroj Kumar Rath, professor at the University of Delhi and author of Fragile Frontiers: The Secret History of the Mumbai Terrorist Attacks. Abdul Samad Yaqoob, official spokesperson for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), admitted as late as September 2021 that Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab and other terrorists who carried out the Mumbai attacks were Pakistani. Even before the launch of his book (scheduled for December 1, 2021) 10 flash points; 20 yearsCongressman, Congressman, MP and national spokesperson Manish Tewari accused the UPA government led by Manmohan Singh of wavering and wavering and that the government of the day had failed to act decisively against it. Pakistan. He writes: “For a state that has no qualms about brutally slaughtering hundreds of innocent people, restraint is not a sign of strength; it is seen as a symbol of weakness, ”he writes.
In short, after the attacks of November 26, no action was taken. We lacked political will. The IAF even said it was ready to strike Pakistan after November 26. It is not the forces that make the decisions. Our staff are available 24/7 and can respond in a fraction of a second. There was a lack of direction on the part of the political establishment. Even after India’s surgical strikes, former NSA MP Narayanan said they had choices available at the time but chose not to use them. Such actions require bravery. India envisioned the Western reaction as well as the risk of war if we struck. But then the politicians and government under the command of “The First Family” were busy plotting and spreading the scarecrow of Hindu terror, slandering, slandering and thus slandering one of the oldest living civilizations on the planet with the most tolerant and benevolent story. While giving a clear note to Islamic jihad, culminating in a macabre terrorism that not only shook India but the whole world.
Recall the launch in 2010 of a book by Digvijaya Singh entitled 11/26: RSS ki Saazish. It should also be remembered when Digvijaya Singh, the former CM of Madhya Pradesh, claimed he was in constant contact with the slain cop Hemant Karkare. Does this statement evoke anything relevant to Sadhvi Pragya and Colonel Purohit? Looking at the series of events that unfolded during the PAU era, it is explicitly evident that there was certainly an intriguing plot backed by a ruling insider (high command) at the time. If that doesn’t ring a bell and warrants close scrutiny, then I wonder what it does.
Yuvraj Pokharna is an educator, columnist and social activist based in Surat. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not represent the position of this publication.