25 Jun 2022

"Modiji Endured Silently For 19 Years": Amit Shah On Gujarat Riots Ruling

Union Interior Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had "tolerated" false allegations "related to the 2002 Gujarat riots quietly for 19 years because the legal process was ongoing, and the next day the Supreme Court upheld the then Prime Minister's resignation.
"Modi ji has tolerated false allegations that have been silent for 19 years, no one is making a dharna," Mr Shah told ANI in an interview, referring to Congress which has been showing for days the interrogation of party leader Rahul Gandhi. money laundering case.

"I have seen him very close to Modi ji enduring this pain, facing allegations even though he is on the side of truth and because the judicial process was ongoing he did not speak. Only a man with a strong heart can do this," Mr Shah said.

"In a democracy, Prime Minister Modi set a good example of how the Constitution should be respected by all politicians. Modi ji was also questioned, but no one protested, and BJP workers across the country did not join forces with Modi ji. "There is no protest or protest," he said.

The union interior minister dismissed the Gujarat government's delay in calling for troops to deal with the riots and noted that former Punjab police chief KPS Gill, a well-known police officer, called the state's action "urgent again." neutral ".

He also attacked Congress over the anti-Sikh riots in 1984, saying many Sikhs were killed "but nothing was done for three days".

"The Gujarat government did not delay in anything. When the Gujarat Bandh was announced, we called the Armed Forces. The military needed some time to reach it.

An appeal against the admission of Prime Minister Modi in the case of the wife of a Member of Parliament who was violently killed was "baseless" and filed "to keep the pot boiling", the High Court said on Friday, dismissing a petition filed by Mr. Zakia Jafri, the wife of ANC MP Ehsan Jafri, was among 68 people killed in the so-called Gulbarg Society massacre on the first day of the three-day riots.

An application was lodged "for the pot to be kept boiling, apparently, for a different design", the court said, in strong words, adding, borrowed from interviews conducted by the Special Investigation Team or SIT which had issued PM Modi.

"All those involved in the breach must be lodged in the port and must continue in accordance with the law," the judges said, adding that the application was filed under "personal authorization".

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