RSS today claimed the reported interview of Samjhauta blast accused Aseemanand was aconspiracy "hatched" to gain political mileage ahead of polls and said it will initiate legal action against those involved in targetting its leadership.
"This is a conspiracy and it appears that it was hatched to gain political advantage ahead of elections.
"This is not the first time that false allegations are being levelled against the RSS leadership, but action will be taken surely," RSS spokesperson Ram Madhav told reporters here.
He said allegations against RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat are false and Aseemanand himself has said that "the interview is fake".
"This appears to be a conspiracy against the RSS leadership and all those who have been affected will take legal action," he said.
In the purported interview, Aseemanand claimed that RSS leadership had sanctioned the "Hindu terror conspiracy" that included the blasts in Samjhauta Express train.
Madhav said that lawyers will be consulted for the legal action and it will be announced at an appropriate time.
He was in the city to attend a 'Pathsanchalan' of the RSS