इंडियन आवाज़     05 Dec 2023 06:20:31      انڈین آواز

Anti-minority remarks by Sangh Pariwar uncalled for: PM Modi

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PM Modi handing over "Chaadar" to be offered at Dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, Ajmer Sharif, to Union Ministeri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi,
PM Modi handing over “Chaadar” to be offered at Dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, Ajmer Sharif, to Union Ministeri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi,

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that anti-minority comments made by Sangh Pariwar leaders was uncalled for. Mr Modi asserted that he would not tolerate any discrimination or violence against any community. He said, country’s Constitution guarantees religious freedom to every citizen which is not negotiable.

In an interview to a news agency Prime Minister asserted that his government had succeeded in ushering in acche din–good days–for the country during its one year in office. In an interview to a news agency, he however, regretted that the opposition was trying to belittle the work done by his government.

On the Opposition’s aggressive campaign against the Land acquisition Bill, Mr Modi said criticism against the legislation was politically motivated. He maintained that the changes made by his government corrected serious flaws in the earlier bill.

Expressing satisfaction over the performance of his government, he said there were neither any charges of corruption against the government nor any scandals. Mr Modi said that one year ago when the UPA was in power, large scale corruption at various levels of government gave rise to scams on a regular basis.

On the sharp reaction by political parties to his speeches during his overseas visits, Mr Modi said, the Congress was under the impression that nobody abroad knew about the scams which took place when it was in power. He rubbished the Opposition charge that his was a pro-corporate, anti-farmer and anti-poor government.

Asked why he did not visit Pakistan despite his promise to improve ties with neighbouring countries, he said his only expectation from Islamabad is that it will walk on the path of peace and non-violence and there is no other problem.

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