At the end of the day , you may hear some day some thing like that, Ajmal kasab was on payroll of swami, and all the drama of Bombay has been created to kill karkare, http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/Story/125908/India/swami-bares-rss-role-in-terror-acts.html In a damning confession before a magistrate, Mecca Masjid terror blast accused Swami Asimanand has nailed the lies of top RSS leader Indresh Kumar and exposed his links with various terror plots across the country. The Samjhauta Express blast took place in February 2007 that left 68 people, mostly Pakistani passengers, dead. Indresh, who was questioned by the Central Bureau of Investigation on December 23 for his alleged role in those plots, had said that he was being framed in a government conspiracy to pin the blame of the terrorist blasts in Ajmer, Hyderabad, Malegaon, and on the Samjhauta Express on the RSS. Asimanand's confession puts paid to that allegation. Asimanand confessed before a magistrate under Section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code - thus making it legally admissible as evidence with the CBI and the National Investigating Agency (NIA) - that Indresh was the brain behind the Hindutva terror module that executed terrorist blasts in Ajmer, Hyderabad, on the Samjhauta Express and twice in Malegaon. The 26-page confession, a story on which was published first in the news magazine Tehelka, was made in Hindi before metropolitan magistrate Deepak Dabas at Tis Hazari court in the Capital on December 18. The preacher told the magistrate that Indresh had told him in 2005 that the RSS would support pracharak Sunil Joshi "in every way" to execute bomb attacks in the country and that Indresh had given Joshi Rs 50,000 for this. Asimanand said in the confession that after the terrorist blasts on the Samjhauta Express, Mecca Masjid and Ajmer Sharif in 2007, he had warned Joshi days before his murder in December 2007 that his (Joshi's) life "is in danger" from Indresh. He also confessed that he had financed Joshi for the bomb blasts and he had himself propounded a "bomb for a bomb" principle after being agitated over the 2006 blasts at the Sankatmochan temple in Varanasi. The CBI, which got a copy of Asimanand's confession from the court on December 20, sent Indresh a summons on December 21 and questioned him two days later. "I told the CBI that if you have been asked by your political masters to fix me, then go ahead and do it with your false and bogus stories," Indresh told Mail Today. Asimanand's confession states: "Indresh Kumar, who was a RSS Central Committee member, met me in 2005 in Shabari Dham. Top RSS leaders were present along with him and they had come to Shabari Dham straight from a RSS meeting in Surat. Near Pampa Sarovar in a tent, Indresh told me that it was not my job to advocate the bomb-for-a-bomb idea." The document adds: "He (Indresh) said RSS wanted me to do work with the tribalsÃ¢â‚¬Â¦ Indresh said my thoughts and the RSS mindset were the same. He said Joshi had been given the job (to carry out bomb blasts) and (Indresh) Kumar said that whatever help Joshi needs, would be given."