Agencies, New Delhi
Charging BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s close aide Amit Shah as being involved in three murders, the Congress today took a swipe at Modi for his claim that criminals will not be allowed in Parliament.
Talking to reporters here, senior Congress leader and Union Law Minister Kapil Sibal said, ’’Narendra Modi says that criminals, even if they are from the BJP or the NDA, will not be allowed in Parliament. However, his close aide Amit Shah has been accused of 3 murders and is leading the campaign in UP. He has been accused in three murders that of Soharabuddin, Kausar Bi and Tulsi Ram Prajapati whom he wanted to be eliminated.
With such a celebrity and close confidante of Narendra Modi, accused of triple murder, leading the campaign of the BJP, we want to know the fate of the country and the moral bankruptcy of Narendra Modi and the BJP’’.
Mr Sibal further alleged that Modi himself was a potential accused in the December 26, 2006 encounter of Tulsi Prajapati.
‘’Evidence clearly shows that Mr Narendra Modi is a potential accused in Tulsiram Prajapati’s killing.
Narendra Modi’s office was fully in the know of the encounter of Tulsiram Prajapati on December 26, 2006. The CM office through one Parag Shah, OSD to the CM who was basically an IT man, was in touch with Raj Kumar Pandian while the conspiracy was being hatched. CMO was directly involved in what was happening,’’ Mr Sibal said.
In this context, Mr Sibal said it was interesting to see the statement of former Deputy Inspector General of Gujarat D G Vanzara when he wrote that letter that read ‘’we being field officers have simply implemented the conscious policy of this Government that was inspiring, guiding and monitoring our actions from very close quarters.’’