ISLAMABAD (APP) - Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh launched a sharp attack on the RSS and the BJP, likening their hatred towards Muslims to that of the Nazis towards the Jews and claiming that the roots of terrorism in India lie in BJP leader L K Advanis 1990 Rath Yatra. He also sought to take the battle over the 2G spectrum allocation issue into the opposition camp by alleging that the radiowaves scam originated under the NDA rule when late Pramod Mahajan was the telecom minister, private news channel reported. Singh said it was under Mahajans tenure that allocation of spectrum was made on the first-come-first-serve basis as against the prevailing auction. Singh, the AICC general secretary incharge of party affairs in UP, did not take any names. There are disproportionate assets cases against chief minister Mayawati of BSP and former chief minister and SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav. Hitting out at the RSS, Singh said, in the 1930s Hitlers Nazi party attacked the Jews... similarly the RSS ideology wants to capture power by targeting Muslims under the garb of furthering nationalism. Singh, who was seconding the political resolution moved by finance minister Pranab Mukherjee at the 83rd Congress Plenary in New Delhi, singled out senior BJP leader L K Advani for sowing the seeds of division among the Hindus and Muslims by undertaking the controversial Rath Yatra in 1990. He said the demolition of the Babri Masjid...is the darkest patch in the history of India. The roots of terrorism in India lie in BJP leader L K Advanis Rath Yatra. The RSS has been sowing the seeds of Muslim hatred in the minds of the new generation through 'Shishu Mandir schools and this is the biggest danger for us, he claimed. He claimed the RSS had made its activists enter the bureaucracy, police and even the army. Singh said the rise of RSS-BJP ideology of violence and hatred posed the biggest challenge before the nation. The other big challenges were the Communists and regional political parties, he said.