Prime accused of Samjhauta blast case Swami Aseemanand gets bail

| Friday, September 16, 2016 - 17:59
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New Delhi: In the latest update to the 2007 Samjhauta blast case, the prime accused Swami Aseemanand was granted bail on Friday from NIA (National Investigation Agency) special court in Panchkula. 
There has been a long-standing narrative attached to the 2007 Samjhauta Express bombing where 68 civilians were killed. Not only did it cause the disintegration of improving India-Pakistan relations, it established an indisputable historical narrative — the rise of Hindu terror.
The initial investigation into the matter did not point towards the involvement of Hindu terror in the incident. It is highly probable that the UPA regime had scripted a Hindu terror theory pertaining to the fact that the plot was mentioned in a chamber of discussion where the narrative was invented.   
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