Congress Leader Alleges RSS-Affiliated Cop Killed Hemant Karkare During 26/11 Attacks

Congress Leader Alleges RSS-Affiliated Cop Killed Hemant Karkare During 26/11 Attacks

May 6, 2024 Off By Sharp Media

Vijay Wadettiwar, a prominent leader of the Maharashtra Congress, has made shocking claims suggesting that Ajmal Kasab did not kill police official Hemant Karkare during the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai. Instead, Wadettiwar asserts that Karkare was slain by a police officer affiliated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), and further accuses Ujjwal Nikam, the government’s lawyer in the 26/11 case, of suppressing this crucial information. Nikam is set to contest on a BJP ticket from Mumbai North Central in the upcoming Lok Sabha election.

Wadettiwar’s assertions are based on revelations purportedly made in a book authored by retired police officer SM Mushrif. According to Wadettiwar, the book claims that Karkare’s death was orchestrated by a police officer, contradicting the widely held belief that Kasab was responsible.

“During 26/11, Hemant Karkare was not shot by Kasab. A police officer shot him on the instructions of RSS. Public Prosecutor Adv. Ujjwal Nikam knew this yet chose to hide this fact,” Wadettiwar alleged, questioning the integrity of Nikam and accusing him of concealing crucial information from the public.

The Congress leader’s statements highlight the contentious nature of politics and the lengths to which individuals may go to pursue their agendas. Wadettiwar decries the lack of morality in contemporary politics, lamenting the prioritization of power over truth and integrity. Hemant Karkare, the former chief of the Mumbai Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS), was tragically killed during the 2008 Mumbai attacks. Wadettiwar’s claims add a new dimension to the narrative surrounding Karkare’s death, sparking controversy and raising questions about the events that transpired during one of India’s most devastating terrorist incidents.