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10:20 pm - Saturday August 27, 2016

Modi accuses Cong of spreading hatred in the society

02modiAgencies, Meerut
BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today accused the Congress of spreading hatred in the society and blamed the Centre for the attack on the youths of North East in Delhi.    “In front of all of you, under Ms Sonia Gandhi’s nose, a boy from Arunachal Pradesh was killed. People from Arunachal Pradesh fight with the people in China. When people from Arunachal Pradesh meet each other, they say ‘ Jai Hind.’

Delhi needs to be seen as a global city but in the last few days, the kind of language and actions that are being seen, our head is bowed in shame,” he said.

Addressing the seventh Vijay Shankhnaad rally here, Mr Modi said “Women from Manipur have been manhandled, a boy from Arunachal Pradesh was killed. It is shameful for us. In big cities in India, the people coming from North-East for education or jobs should be provided hostels. They are our own children and their security is our responsibility.”

He said Congress parties needs to understand something. The issues that the country talks about, the Congress party gives different answer to the question asked, he alleged.

Hitting out at Ms Gandhi’s statement accusing him for doing ‘jeher ki kheti’( Farm of poison), the Gujarat Chief Minister claimed,”Ms Sonia once told her son Rahul Gandhi in Congress’ Jaipur convention that power is a poison.

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