Sangh leader Sadhvi Ritambhara on Sunday said no charge has been proved against Sadhvi Pragya in the Malegaon blast case and alleged that it was a "conspiracy" to "malign Hindu religion" before the elections by "Left and secular" parties.
"I will not comment on Sadhvi Pragya, whether she is involved or not...No charge is proved against her...We will wait for the truth and court's decision whenever its comes...I will have patience till then," she told reporters in Jaipur.
To label Hindus as terrorists in the wake of Malegaon blast is "unjustified and an insult to each citizen of Bharat Mata," she said.
Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur's role in the case is still a matter of investigation, she said adding, "it is too early to make a final judgement on the Hindu organisation's alleged involvement."
"In the past, Shankaracharya was arrested and he was released after six months...Similarly Sant Asaram Bapu was blamed...This is a well thought-out conspiracy to target Hindu religion by Left and secular parties" which adopted "appeasement" policies for decades, said Ritambhara, who was here for opening a centre for orphans.