Indian ruling Congress vows to fight terrorism, slams Hindu fundamentalists (3)

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"The investigations indicate the involvement of its members in terrorist activities. RSS organization is to be exposed. Their links with the terrorist activities which have been recently highlighted through the revelations are to be brought in," added the finance minister, who is Congress Leader of Lok Sabha (Lower House of Parliament).

"If Congress is strong, India is strong," that's how Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh addressed party workers at a daylong session in the national capital on Tuesday.

Hailing the "longest serving" Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's 12- year leadership, the prime minister said: "Our politics is about bringing the society together and not to break it. Work towards bringing the Congress party closer to the 'aam aadmi' (common man). "

RSS is linked to the country's opposition BJP and being investigated by the police for its alleged links in a number of blasts in religious places across the country, including the 2007 Ajmer dargah blast case in which three people were killed in the western Indian state of Rajasthan.

Source: Xinhua
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