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Anti-BJP parties, journalists and NGOs campaigned together on Gujarat riots: Amit Shah

New Delhi. Home Minister Amit Shah has openly spoken about the riots that broke out in Gujarat after the Godhra incident. Shah said anti-BJP political parties, some ideologically motivated journalists and several NGOs together propagated the allegations about the Gujarat riots so much that people started believing them to be true.

In an interview given to news agency ANI, on the question of alleged inability of the police and officials to stop the Gujarat riots, Home Minister Amit Shah said that the government had taken immediate strict measures to stop the riots. But the ecosystem of anti-BJP parties, journalists and NGOs was so strong that people started believing their words to be true. Whereas the Gujarat government did not delay even a day in calling the army.

Home Minister Amit Shah said that there was definitely a BJP government in Gujarat, but later the UPA government, which came to power at the Center, has helped the NGOs. All this work was done only to malign the image of PM Narendra Modi. Amit Shah said that now the Supreme Court has also said that Zakia Jafri used to work on the instructions of someone else. Shah said that some NGOs had signed the affidavits of many victims and they were not even aware. Amit Shah said that everyone knows that Teesta Setalvad’s NGO was doing all this and the UPA government helped his NGO a lot.

Full stop of Supreme Court finally on conspiracy to implicate Modi!

Significantly, on June 24, the Supreme Court has dismissed a petition challenging the clean chit of 64 people, including the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi, in the Gujarat riots case.

Tags: Amit shah, BJP, Gujarat Riots


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