Hindu group Sanatan Sanstha’s dark secret has been revealed on camera, more than 10 years after bombs exploded in Maharashtra’s Vashi, Thane and Panvel, in India Today’s expose. Members of the group, who were acquitted in the case, have admitted on camera to planting the bombs, the motivation behind the attack and how political pressure ensured their acquittal. Watch Part 1 of this exclusive report.
Hindu group Sanatan Sanstha’s dark secret has been revealed on camera, after all six accused in the 2009 Margoa blast were acquitted, in India Today’s expose. Officers of the Goa police, who were investigating the case before the NIA took over, have said on camera that there was political pressure to make sure that evidence was destroyed, the acquittal was ensured and how a proposal to ban the Hindu outfit was eventually blocked. There is also speculation that the four Karnataka activists Narendra Dabholkar, Govind Pansare, MM Kalburgi and Gauri Lankesh wouldn’t have been murdered had the outfit been banned ahead of time.