Haryana: PM slams Congress over 1984 Sikh Riots, farmers’ land


The campaigning battle for the remaining two phases of the Lok Sabha Sabha Elections is only getting fierce with each passing day. In yet another campaign blitz, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a jibe on Congress over the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, said that in different parts of the country including Delhi, Punjab and Haryana thousands of Sikhs were killed at the behest of the Congress family.

Modi, on Wednesday, addressing a rally in Haryana said, since 34 years several commissions had been made but the Sikh community got no justice. But their Chowkidar, who had promised to punish those involved in the 1984 riots, has worked to make the process to punish them begin.

Modi alleged that making a person who was involved in fueling the riots the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Congress has proved that it is not bothered about the feelings of the people.

Slamming Priyanka Gandhi’s husband, PM said that he will put Robert Vadra in jail if he is voted back to power.

Without naming Vadra, the Prime Minister said “They are going around seeking bail. They are going to ED offices. They used to think that they are ‘shahenshahs’ (emperor) and nobody can touch them. Now they are nervous. I have already taken them to the door of the jail. Give me your blessings and I’ll put them in jail within next five years”.

The Prime Minister claimed that whenever there was Congress government in the Centre and Haryana land of farmers were taken away at low rates and now with people’s blessings, their Chowkidar has taken the people, who looted farmers, to the court.

Modi stated that those who have looted the country “will have to pay back.”

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