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Journalist who interviewed RVS Mani, man who exposed Congress’ ‘Hindu Terror’ plot, gets beheading threat

A Times Now journalist, Aditi Ananthanarayanan, who had interviewed former under-secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs in the UPA RVS Mani, has claimed that a beheading threat has been issued against her for interviewing RVS Mani earlier this year.

RVS Mani had recently written a book busting lies and propaganda around the ‘Hindu Terror’ conspiracy by Congress, for which, he too claimed to have received threats to his life.

Aditi even shared a video of her interview with RVS Mani, which she says could have triggered the threat against her.

We had earlier written about the explosive interview by Times Now which revealed how the then UPA government went to great lengths to create the false narrative of Hindu terror and falsely blame Lt Col Shrikant Purohit for the Malegaon blasts.

The interview aired in March this year with the former undersecretary in the Ministry of External affairs RVS Mani revealed details about how the narrative was created around the Malegaon blasts case, the Samjhauta Express blast case and the Batla House encounter case to paint a picture of ‘saffron terror’.

RVS Mani, who served as undersecretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs from February 2006 to August 2010 has revealed several details and stated that Col Purohit was framed by the UPA government because he was breaking the back of the groups involved in Islamic radicalisation.

The following points were raised by the former under-secretary in the interview:

  1. Col Purohit was deliberately framed by the Congress government
  2. Within barely a month of the Malegaon blast, a serving Army Officers (Col Purohit) was arrested. Also, how did the case get transferred from the local police to the ATS within 4-5 day? The blasts happened at the end of September and Col Purohit was arrested on 4th November.
  3. Col Purohit was deliberately hounded and tortured because he was breaking the back of groups like SIMI. He was exposing the links between the terror groups involved with radicalisation and politicians and powerful individuals.

In the interview with Aditi, the journalist who has claimed to have received threats of beheading, he had talked about Samjhauta Blast case. He stated that a Pakistani national named Arf Kasmani from a Karachi based group claimed the responsibility for the blasts. Also, later links to SIMI and other such organisations were exposed. He states in all the years of his service he has never come across a single actionable input regarding Hindu Terror and the term was deliberately coined.

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