On Friday, Congress leader Digvijaya Singh made it clear that he has never used the term Hindu Terrorism, instead he has always used the term sanghi terrorism. The Congress leader said, "You have wrong information that Digvijaya Singh used the term 'Hindu terrorism.' I have always used the term 'Sanghi terrorism." The former Chief minister of Madhya Pradesh also said, "No terror activity can be defined on the basis of religion. No religion can be a supporter of terrorism." Emphasising his opinion on "Sanghi terror," Digvijay said, "Bomb blasts were executed by people influenced by Sangh ideology, be it Malegaon blast, Mecca Masjid blast, blast in Samjhauta express or Dargah Sharif." Pointing out on the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), he affirmed, "This outfit which propagates violence and hatred, further propagates terrorism." Digvijay's statement on "Sanghi terror", hit the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) in a different way. According to them, the statement might hurt the sentiments of the people involved with the Sangh. As quoted by the ANI, Sanjay Pathak, a BJP MP said, "Whatever be one's religion if they abide by it, they will never do anything wrong. No religion preaches extremism. When people bring extremism and project their religion wrongly, it causes confusion, leading Hindus, every Indian citizen, to go astray," "People who live in India will be called 'Hindus', first of all. People hold different views as far as the definition of 'Hindu' is concerned but for me, everyone in India is a Hindu, irrespective of their religion or caste."