This is how PM Modi warned the Sangh Parivar leaders for their ‘anti-minority’ remarks

| Monday, June 1, 2015 - 20:33
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NEW DELHI: In a tough voice against some members of the Sangh Parivar leaders for their anti-minority remarks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he shall not accept any discrimination or violence against any community.

In an interview to a news agency, PM Modi spoke about several issues and said, “Our Constitution guarantees religious freedom to every citizen and that is not negotiable. Also, hate speeches shall not be acceptable.”

64-year-old Modi further made it clear that the comments against any minority were ‘uncalled for’, adding that his government had been successful in ushering ‘achhe din’ for India during its one year in power.

Taking a jibe at those who were mocking the achievements of the NDA government, Modi said, “Acche din aak chuke hain. Lekin kuch log hamare kaamon ko dhumil karne mein lage hain (good days for the country have arrived but there are few people who are trying to belittle the work done by us).”

In context of Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi who tagged the Centre’s land bill as ‘anti-farmer’, Modi said that any criticism against the land bill is politically motivated as it focuses on profiting farmers.

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