The Members of the Maharashtra Andhashraddha Nirmulan Samiti (MANS) have already urged to the government to clear its stand regarding the Sanatan Sanstha, a Hindutva outfit whose members are reportedly facing charges of orchestrating blasts and carrying out murders.

in Pune on Friday, At a press conference held Milind Deshmukh, MANS state secretary said: “Those arrested in connection with the murders of Dabholkar, Govind Pansare, and Gauri Lankesh, as well as those recently arrested by the state Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) with crude bombs, pistols and weapons, are suspected to have links with the Sanatan Sanstha. This is a serious issue. Police have not been able to arrest (Sarang) Akolkar and (Vinay) Pawar yet, but the recent action of ATS has raised hopes. We have been repeatedly pointing at the role of Sanatan Sanstha. It is time the government clears its stand on the outfit”.

Dr.Narendra Dabholkar Murder Case | Protest rally organized on 5th Death Anniversary

, the state ATS had declared on the Last week that the arrests of three men affiliated to radical Hindu outfits from Nallasopara and Satara as per various media reports.

The reports further suggest that One of them was said to be a sympathizer towards the Sanstha anyway.

Deshmukh also declared plans which mark the 5th death anniversary of Narendra Dabholkar, MANS founder.

On August 20, 2013, He was shot dead by two unidentified gunmen at the V R Shinde Bridge in Pune, Maharashtra.

In Pune on August 20, He said ‘Jawab Do’ protests will be organized and the family members of the late Dabholkar, Communist leader Govind Pansare, Kannada scholar M M Kalburgi and journalist Gauri Lankesh will participate.

Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson, Tushar Gandhi, is also expected to attend this protest and event in the Pune.

MANS activists are actually organizing a candlelight march on this August 19. Similar kind of protests also takes place in some other Indian states, like, will be held in Delhi, Kerala, Punjab, Haryana, West Bengal, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh on August 20 with a single motive to give justice to the social activist Narendra Dabholkar.

The CBI, which is investigating Dabholkar’s assassination case, had arrested alleged Sanatan Sanstha seeker, Dr. Virendra Tawde, on June 10, 2016.

Alongside, Tawde, CBI named Sanatan Sanstha seekers Vinay Pawar, who has been running away from 2009, and Sarang Akolkar, who is rumored to have the connection with October 2009 Goa blast case, as prime suspects.

As per the CBI officials, Akolkar and Pawar had shot Narendra Dabholkar reportedly.

Article Source – The Indian Express

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