news Monday, December 22, 2014 - 05:30
The News Minute | December 22, 2014 | 05:54PM pm IST NDA ally in Tamil Nadu, PMK told the BJP “not to make India a Hindu nation” and instead focus on the country's economic development when its people had given the party such a large mandate to work. Instead of ‘furthering their own agenda’, party leader S Ramadoss told the Centre to focus it on issues revolving around the common people, reported PTI. Slamming the Centre’s decision to hold ‘Good Governance Day’ on December 25 he said that officials would need to report for duty. This and the Ghar Vapsi programmes held by Sangh Parivar outfits , supported by the BJP were other issues he believed were steps to make India a ‘Hindu Nation’.  Saying that the country had paid a heavy price following Babri mosque’s demolition , he said that he was concerned that the rulers at the Centre remained mute to the Sangh Parivar’s activities. Expressing feats against a law against forcible conversions could be misused, he called for the Modi government to refrain from ‘Hindutva’ proposals, said the report. Tweet

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