Those making politically motivated allegations on Gujarat riots should apologise: Amit Shah


New Delhi. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has lauded the Supreme Court’s latest decision on the 2002 Gujarat riots and said that those who made politically motivated allegations against the then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, those people should apologise.

In an interview given to news agency ANI, Amit Shah said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set a perfect example for all political people on how the Constitution is respected. Shah said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was interrogated, but there was no demonstration anywhere. Workers across the country did not gather in support of Narendra Modi. We cooperated with the law.

Amit Shah said that ‘I myself was arrested. We didn’t do any performances. When the victory has been achieved after a long battle and today when the truth is coming out shining like gold, it feels good. Shah said those who had leveled allegations against Narendra Modi, if they have a conscience, they should apologize to the BJP and Narendra Modi. Attacking the Congress, Amit Shah said that the UPA government helped many NGOs to malign the image of the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi regarding the Gujarat riots.

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Significantly, a bench headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar of the Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a petition filed by Zakia Jafri. Zakia Jafri, widow of former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri, had filed a petition challenging the clean chit given by the SIT to the then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and several others.

Tags: Amit shah, BJP, Gujarat Riots, PM Narendra Modi


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