Sunday, October 18, 2009

Goa terror attacked blamed on Sanatan Saunstha by Home Minister

Dear All,
As we had predicted last night itself as soon as the news appeared on the TV screens, it is now clear that it is the Sanathan Saunstha, another off-shoot of the Abhinav Bharat Terror organizations with established links to the Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh & the Israeli Mossad, are the ones responsible for the terror attack in Goa.
The terror attack came during the Diwali festivities akin to similar attacks that have occured in Delhi & elsewhere, earlier blamed on the usual suspects. Also the blasts have been timed to counter the Indian vote in favour of the Golsdtone Report, that haactivated the Israeli propaganda machinery & it's terrorists assets & infrastructure.

Thanks & Regards
Feroze & Kishore
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that is true.Red alert in Goa after blast, police search Sanatan Saunstha office

Two persons were detained on Saturday in connection with the explosion in Margao town in Goa in which a member of a right-wing Hindu group allegedly linked to Malegaon blast accused Sadhvi Pragya Singh was killed and another critically injured.
The blast took place at around 9.30 pm on Friday night when explosives kept in a scooter went off on a busy street in the heart of the town, 30 kms from here.
Goa Home Minister Ravi Naik said police were probing the links of right-wing group Sanatan Saunstha with the blast. .
“The scooter which was carrying the explosives belongs to Saunstha’s disciple Nishad Bakle,” he said.
A man named Melgunda Patil was killed in the blast while another, identified as Yogesh Naik, is undergoing treatment at the Goa Medical College hospital. Police said both belonged to the Saunstha, which is allegedly linked to Pragya Singh.
The Sanatan Saunstha headquarters at Ramnathi in Ponda, 20 kms from Margao, was raided on Friday night following the blast and two persons have been detained from that town in the wee hours of the day, police said. Further details about the detained persons were still awaited.
The blast, which occurred a few metres away from the site of ‘Narkasur’ effigy competition, a ritual held on the eve of Diwali, gutted three vehicles. Police have also found a bag containing a watch and an electric circuit about 20 kms from the explosion site.

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