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Desist from claiming credit on Kasab's execution: Shri Ram Sena
Criticising the political parties for claiming credit on Ajmal Kasab's execution, Shri Ram Sena has suggested that central government should follow the footsteps of the US government, which devised a foolproof plan to eliminate Osama Bin Laden.

SHRI RAM Sena state president Rajiv Mahajan, in a statement said that the US government killed the world's topmost terrorist Osama Bin Laden without giving a puff of hint to the Pakistan's Army during that military operation despite the fact that Pakistan's military academy lay across near laden's hideout.


“What about those masterminds who carried attacks on Indian soil? Mahajan asked. He alleged that they are still alive and shielded by the Pakistan government. Has any Indian government, whosoever may be at the helm of affairs, succeeded in its efforts to eliminate Dawood Ibrahim, he pointed.

On Tukaram Omble, he said, that all the policemen acted swiftly and laid an ambush to capture the terrorists alive at Girguam Chowpathy. Omble, without arms caught hold of Ajmal Kasab to save precious lives, thus Omble attained martyrdom, enabling other terrorists to be killed by the policemen.

Omble should have been conferred with Bharat Ratan award instead of Ashok Shaurya Chakra, Mahajan lamented.


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