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AAP releases NIA officer’s note against RSS leader Indresh Kumar

The AAP had earlier alleged that Wasan had drafted a note, in which he cited “irrefutable evidence against Indresh Kumar and wanted to take him into custody for interrogation”.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi |
May 19, 2016 4:21:51 am
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REACTING to Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju’s tweet snubbing AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal and his party colleagues for alleging that the Centre was protecting RSS leaders in terror attack cases, the AAP Wednesday released documents targeting RSS leader Indresh Kumar.

On Tuesday, Rijiju had tweeted, “Someone on this earth should tell Kejriwal and group that there’s a level in public discourse which can’t be breached.” He attached a note rebutting the AAP’s allegations that NIA officer N R Wasan had drafted a letter pointing out involvement of “certain individuals” in the Mecca Masjid blast case.

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The AAP had earlier alleged that Wasan had drafted a note, in which he cited “irrefutable evidence against Indresh Kumar and wanted to take him into custody for interrogation”. AAP leader Ashish Khetan said, “Rijuju in his tweet denied existence of Wasan’s note, saying he had been transferred to his parent cadre from CBI in 2009… To nail his lie, we are placing Wasan’s report indicting Indresh Kumar and others in public domain.” He released call records that purportedly showed Indresh was in regular contact with Sunil Joshi, an accused.

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