“The Great Indian Conspiracy” has been written by Mr Praveen Tiwari. Praveen Tiwari was born in the year 1980. Presently, he is 41 years of age. He is a journalist and has been so for the last 20 years. He is also an author and has written 6 books so far.
“The Great Indian Conspiracy” talks about Saffron terrorism. The author takes us on a journey not only to present facts but also to expose all that transpired then.
The book answers whether it is a fact or a myth. And after all, do we know enough?
The book throws light on what Saffron Terrorism is.
The shocking blasts of Malegaon and Samjhauta were projected as 'saffron terrorism'. A new theory, terrorist attacks were tainted as such till, a few years later, Kasab's confession offered solid proof of Pakistan's role in the 26/11 attacks. Though the police had concluded a Pakistani hand for the earlier blasts, it was saffron terrorism which prevented the perpetrators of these attacks from being brought to justice. This theory falls to the level of communalising the 26/11 attack on India.
With a theoretical approach, saffron terrorism is not only just hurting Hindus sentiments but is also a huge burden, a huge hurdle to fight real terrorism brought about by Pakistan and other Islamic states. The term was coined by the erstwhile UPA government to garner minority votes and manipulate the vote bank. The book has been written by keeping such questions in mind - why were the Malegaon-accused SIMI activists let off? Why did certain politicians declare not to oppose their bail? What was truly behind Aseemanand's confession? What are the loopholes in this theory that signal a political conspiracy?
It also so happened that the reliability of the confessions made was questionable due to the police brutality that the NIA (National Investigative Agency) exposed.
Journalist and author Praveen Tiwari has made an elaborate effort to investigate and explore saffron terrorism and has successfully unveiled through exclusive interviews of senior National Investigative Agency officials, undercover agents and politicians how to vote bank politics can compromise ethics and national security.
The book makes the Indian audience, its people questions whether the real masterminds behind the blasts should be allowed to go scot-free? Should the manipulators of the Samjhauta Express bombings not be held accountable? Should we not investigate those who had exonerated Pakistan of its guilt?
To keep it crisp and concise, “The Great Indian Conspiracy” is based on the extensive research on communal politics. The author, being a journalist has been closely associated with these terror incidents and has also witnessed all the politics over the same. Through this book, the author has made an attempt to put the facts in the right perspective. He believes that the readers should reach a conclusion only after knowing the whole story. They must be aware and must analyse the incidents, facts and intricacies of the investigation. His main aim is to explain to the citizens of India, to keep communal politics at bay. He throws light on how terrorism does not stem from any religion. He wants the Indian audience to know Terrorism for what it is – a gigantic game with an illegitimate goal and a mastermind, with the only casualty being the sentiment of the common people. The book gives us indisputable evidence of the 'saffron terrorism' theory as the Great Indian Conspiracy. It is a sensational book and must-read for all.