“There is no connection to the Centre and these issues are related to law and order and the concern of the state governments,” Modi said

Dadri unfortunate but what is the role of centre in this asks PM Modi
news Modi breaks silence Wednesday, October 14, 2015 - 10:36

Breaking his silence for the first time, PM Narendra Modi brushed aside the responsibility of the centre regarding the lynching of a man in UP over suspicion of him consuming beef and called the incident unfortunate.

“There is no connection to the Centre and these issues are related to law and order and the concern of the state governments,” Modi said while speaking to Anandabazar Patrika.
The Prime Minister also spoke about the incidents relating to the cancellation and disruption of Pakistan’s Ghulam Ali’s concert and Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri’s book launch.
He added, “The BJP and the government at the Centre do not support such incidents. The BJP has always been against fake secularism," accusing the opposition parties of tapping into the sentiment of minorities for electoral gains. 

"Opposition is playing politics of polarisation," he said.

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