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New Delhi: The court order dropping of charges under Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) against the 2008 Malegaon blast accused "smashed" the "fictional myth" about Hindu terror, says BJP while welcoming the order.

"We welcome the dropping of charges under MCOCA against Malegaon blast accused by the Mumbai special court. With this the diversionary and fictional myth about Hindu terror has been smashed. It has been proven false," BJP spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy said.

He said the 11,000 page chargesheet against accused sadhvi Pragya Singh Thak
ur and Colonel Srikant Purohit had failed to prove the MCOCA charges.


As Pragya Singh Thakur was earlier associated with the Sangh Parivar, it was alleged that Malegaon incident proved the existence of Hindu terror, however BJP leaders, including party president Rajnath Singh, had defended Thakur and accused the government of wrongly persecuting her and harassing her through a series of narco tests.


BJP's reactions clearly indicate its intention to politicize the issue. Interestingly, the party had earlier regretted doing the same.


"What has happened is a part of a judicial process. Even at this stage we don’t want issues to be politicised, let the judicial processes be completed which will prove whether the accused are guilty of a terrorist act or not," BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar had said after the court order.


Bajrang Dal guns for Naseem's head

Bajrang Dal activists meanwhile tried to burn the effigy of Arif Naseem Khan, Minister of State for Home after the news of the Mumbai special court order dropping the MCOCA charges against the accused appeared in the media. They were demanding his resignation accusing him of bias and prejudice.


Arif Naseem Khan had called a high level meeting on Saturday wherein the State Government had decided to move for an appeal in High Court against the order.


The police however refrained them from burning the effigy of the minister.

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