Digvijay Singh Fuel controversy over Hemant Karkare's death

Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh has said that two hours before the first terrorists struck that evening, chief of the Maharashtra ATS Hemant Karkare called him to say that his life was “blighted by constant threats” from those opposed to his probe into the Malegaon blast in which Hindu extremists were accused. Karkare was killed by the terrorists that evening. Days later, then minorities minister AR Antulay had to quit after he said that Karkare could have been a victim of “terrorism or terrorism plus something.” Digvijay Singh said: “On November 26, 2008, at 7 pm, just about two hours before the attacks in Mumbai started, Hemant Karkare, the slain ATS chief rang me on my mobile and told me how his family and his life were blighted by constant threats from people annoyed by his investigations into the Malegaon blasts. It seems Digvijay Singh want to re-launch his career with controversy over Hemant Karkare's death, which is really shameful.