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PM Narendra Modi Speaks On Fake Gau Rakshak

PM Modi Slams Fake Gau Rakshak
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks on fake Gau Rakshak on Saturday, 6th August 2016. PM Narendra Modi said that most of them were “anti-social” elements and they were running “shops” in the name of cow protection. Indian Prime Minister stated second time about cow vigilantes during his first ever Townhall.

PM Narendra Modi said, “I will ask state governments to prepare dossiers on such people, as 70-80% of them will be found to be involved in anti-social activities which no society approves of”.

Kharge said that, “If PM Narendra Modi would have remarked instant and sent a message against such people then the problem would not have taken this pace”.  Kharge also said that Modi should have warned about the action that he could have been taken against miscreants.

PM Modi Slams Fake Gau Rakshak

PM Modi Slams Fake Gau Rakshak

On Sunday, second time PM Narendra Modi spoke out on Dalit atrocities carried out in the name of Gaurakshak. PM Narendra Modi said that, “If you want to shoot, shoot me, but not my Dalit brothers”.

Narendra Modi also issued warning against “Fake Gaurakshak” who wanted to “destroy the society.” In Hyderabad, PM Narendra Modi addressing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers and he had said that, “I would like to tell these people that if you have any problem, if you have to attack, attack me.”

PM Modi had also said that, “Stop attacking my Dalit brethren. If you have to shoot, shoot me, but not my Dalit brothers. This game should stop.”

On Saturday town hall meeting, Modi had spoken out at Gaurakshaks now calling them “anti-social elements” who were running a shop in the name of cow protection.

While Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) condemned that, “handful of anti-social elements who were now trying to disturb social harmony in the name of cow protection.”

PM Modi took a swipe at “some opinionmakers” who he said were in the habit of “seeking answers” from the Prime Minister even if something happened at lowest level of the government.

He also said in his statement, “Today if something happens at the panchayat level, I am asked questions; if something happens at the nagar panchayat level, I am asked questions; if something happens at zilla parishad, I am asked questions; if something happens at nagar palika, I am asked questions; if something happens at mahanagar palika, I am asked questions; if something happens in states, then to a reply is sought from the Prime Minister.”

According PM Narendra Modi’s remarks, Joshi said that, “We also request state governments to take legal action against such elements and do not let true act of Gauraksha and Gauseva be disrupted.”



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