Hindu dharma is implicitly at odds with monotheistic intolerance. What is happening in India is a new historical awakening... Indian intellectuals, who want to be secure in their liberal beliefs, may not understand what is going on. But every other Indian knows precisely what is happening: deep down he knows that a larger response is emerging even if at times this response appears in his eyes to be threatening.

Friday, January 25, 2008

Attack on RSS office 'pre-planned', says BJP

Coimbatore,Jan 25 (PTI): The bomb attack on the RSS office at Tenkasi last night was part of a 'continuous conspiracy' and a 'planned one' against Hindu outfits, the Tamil Nadu unit of the BJP alleged today.

State party president L Ganesan said told reporters tonight that 'planned attacks' on persons and offices of BJP, RSS and other Hindu outfits had been taking place since 1980.

Some unidentified persons had hurled a country bomb at the RSS office in Tenkasi, 50 kms from here last night. The impact of the explosion shattered a few window panes. There were no casualties as none were present in the office

Ganesan alleged that the Tamil Nadu government had failed to rein in those who wanted to foment trouble and create communal tension in the state.

No steps had been taken to arrest those who torched two temples at Mettupalayam in the district recently, he said, adding that workers of BJP and other organisations, who were attempting to peacefully demonstrate on the issue, had been arrested.

Ganesan said that senior BJP leader and Prime Ministerial candidate L K Advani would come to Chennai on March 9 and would address a public meeting.

Asked about the alliance for the coming Lok Sabha polls, he said the time was not appropriate to discuss the issue.

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