New Delhi: David Headley, the terrorist who was involved in planning the 26/11 mumbai terror attacks. Headley was arrested from chicago's international airport on his way to Pakistan in 2009 and tried to prove his role in the Mumbai attacks. During the testimony of the case, he said that the Mumbai attack was sponsored by Pakistan's intelligence agency Inter Services Intelligence (ISI). Headley cooperated with US and Indian investigating officers after making them official witnesses.
His testimony was followed by a statement by Hafiz Muhammad Sayeed, the leader of the terror outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JUD). Saeed had tweeted that he was reading the novel '26/11-RSS conspiracy', which proves that JUD and ISI have nothing to do with the 26/11 attacks. The book was written by Aziz Bernie, a journalist who is considered close to the Congress, and veteran Congress leader Digvijay Singh had arrived to launch it. Under the guise of this book, Hafiz Saeed was busy cleaning himself up.
What was in the book :-
- BJP and RSS are responsible for the 26/11 terror attack. The BJP never raised the issue of delay in investigating the case.
- ATS Chief Hemant Karkare was about to present facts about the Malegaon blast case, exposing many saints and saints. So, he was killed by the BJP-RSS.
- RSS was assisted by Israeli intelligence agency Mossad and US intelligence agency CIA in carrying out the Mumbai attacks.
After 1993, all the blasts that took place in the country were carried out by RSS and Mossad.
- RSS and Israel want to spread instability in India.
Now you can think for yourself that not a single thing has been written against Pakistan in this entire book, while Israel, which helped India in many wars, was accused of plotting. Though Aziz Bernie apologized for making false claims in his book after the court's reprimand, the question remains as to whose behest the book was written at whose behest terrorists like Hafiz Saeed were hiding their misdeeds and people's representatives like Digvijay Singh were proving the book to be true.