modi: Opposition silent on blasts case verdict, says PM Modi; alleges SP govt was against ban on terror groups | India News

modi: Opposition silent on blasts case verdict, says PM Modi; alleges SP govt was against ban on terror groups | India News


Bahraich: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday questioned the “silence” of the opposition over the court’s verdict in the Ahmedabad blasts case and accused the previous SP government of trying to withdraw the case against those involved in terrorist attacks in Uttar Pradesh.
Modi alleged that the previous Samajwadi Party (SP) government was not in favor of prosecuting terrorists and banning terrorist organizations.
“These people made a definite decision to release the terrorists from jail. They did not even want to try the terrorists. The socialist government was against imposing sanctions on the terrorist organization,” Modi claimed in a speech at a rally here.
“Therefore, I am saying that those who cannot think of the country and put the country’s security at risk cannot do any good to Uttar Pradesh,” Modi stressed.
Modi questioned the “silence” of the opposition over the court’s verdict in the Ahmedabad blasts case, saying the country knew who was helping them (terrorists).
“Just two days ago, a court in Ahmedabad sentenced a large number of people to death for killing innocent people. The judiciary has done the right thing and we should respect it. But they have remained silent,” Modi said.
“The reason is that they know that their game has been exposed to the public. Who was helping? Every child in Uttar Pradesh now knows this,” Modi added.
The Prime Minister also rejected the demands of rival parties for job creation and claimed that the Yogi Adityanath-led BJP government had given five lakh government jobs in the state in the last five years.
Intensifying attacks on rivals, Modi said, “Get rid of the poor” and looted the country in the name of socialism.
Modi thanked the people for not falling into the “trap” of rival parties with the coronavirus vaccine and said his government was not sitting idle when the epidemic hit the country.
Modi said that when there is unrest in the world, India needs to be strong and needs a strong leader for difficult times.

.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.