Dadri Incident Made Me Really Sad, Prime Minister Narendra Modi

For the first time Prime Minister Narendra Modi has denounced the Dadri lynching and mentioned such occurrences are unfortunate. In a meeting to Anand Bazaar Patrika, Prime Minister said there is no connection with the Center and these issues are identified with law and order and the state government concern.


Prime Minister Modi has talked about Dadri, as well as about the events in Mumbai against Pakistan’s Ghulam Ali and former Pakistan Minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri for the very first time. Modi said, the BJP and the government at the Centre does not support such incidents. The BJP has dependably been against fake secularism. The opposition is playing governmental issues of polarization and they consider minorities to be vote banks. 200 strong horde dragged out 50-year-old Akhlaq at Dadri was from his home and beaten to death after an open declaration made from a nearby temple that the family had butchered a calf and eaten its meat in Bishada village, Uttar Pradesh.

The occurrence has activated across the country shock and various famous authors gave back their literary honors in protest. Worried over communal incidents in Dadri and different spots, a week ago the Center had requested that all states make strict action against the people who endeavor to debilitate the secular fabric of the nation by misusing religious feelings.